I call your attention to Revelation 1:12. John heard the voice of Jesus Christ, a great voice that sounded like a trumpet – loud, clear, majestic. He told John to write. Many speak against the written Scriptures, even against words and language, as too uncertain and unreliable to base our faith upon them. Jesus Christ did not think so, for to receive his word meekly is to receive him. By this one command the whole liberal scheme of criticizing and questioning the Scriptures is exposed as a colossal lie of Satan.
From the Pastor's Desk
Regret is a killer. It kills hope and attacks faith. Regret is the gnarled hands of the guilty or disappointed past reaching up from a shallow grave to choke the present. It can destroy relationships, health, even sanity. Regret can make us nervous and passive or aggressive and angry. Regret feeds cynicism, bitterness, distrust of others, and depression. In some souls, regret floods the future with fear. You and I must kill regret before it kills us. If only I had done that differently, not said that, made a better choice, believed in Jesus sooner.