Today is Memorial Day, honoring the fallen heroes that lost their lives so others may live. Although their sacrifice is physical compared to God's supernatural sacrifice, there is a need to remember that liberty in this life and redemption spiritually is costly yet spiritual redemption is an eternal gift that only God could have paid.
Jesus warns that those who depart from the faith were never truly of it. He further warned that in the end times there will be a rise in apostasy. Christ has been expelled from schools, laws, and even churches. This post will cover the definition of apostasy and why it's important to discern it in today's society.
In the wake of the coronavirus, fear has become widespread. With media updating headlines at a rapid rate and the matter still waiting to be understood fully, it's understandable that fear has grown almost as rapidly as the virus. God gives us hope through His word that even through life's most difficult challenges, He is still there
ust a constant feeling of exhaustion. It's easy to allow frustrations fueled by the enemy to creep in and start producing doubt, conflicts in marriage, distractions to prevent me from fulfilling God's desires, and seeds of temptation to be planted. All of this can bring spiritual exhaustion in the absence of God as the spiritual portion.