‘Whom are you like in your greatness? ‘Behold, Assyria was a cedar in Lebanon With beautiful branches and forest shade, And very high, And its top was among the clouds. Ezekiel 31:3 God gave a warning to Ezekiel for the nation of Egypt, a history lesson and a parable of sorts. Egypt was powerful and magnificent, secure in its pride, … Continue reading A Warning for Egypt, and for Us? — Post by Mary C. Findley
We all have friends. A few people are close friends, some more are friendly without being close and most people are on friendly terms without even knowing them very well. We all have enemies. If we are faithful to the Word of God, then some people will have vile, hate-filled enemies who openly display their … Continue reading Friend, Foe, or What? — Post by Michael J. Findley
We live in an age where man is not only the measure, but men sit in judgment on God. People think that God just doesn’t measure up to their standard of right and wrong, so of course their progressing, evolving standards judge God. While this attitude is nothing new, and goes back at least as … Continue reading Let God Be True, and Every Man a Liar — Post by Michael J. Findley
To our loyal readers I humbly apologize. For nearly a year I have worked on the next module of our Conflict of the Ages Series The Conflict of the Ages Part Three: They Deliberately Forgot–The Flood and the Ice Age. During that time I wrote a fiction book, Nehemiah LLC, and took a Christmas break. … Continue reading Update August 27, 2013 — Post by Michael J. Findley
We were reading in Jeremiah this morning, and I ran across these verses. It made me think of how we fail the Lord sometimes ... Get distracted and fall away from wholehearted service, or become rebellious and stubborn. The Lord invites us to return, and His forgiveness will restore us to "stand before him", like … Continue reading Why I Write Steampunk … A Part Two of Sorts … Author post by Sophronia Belle Lyon
I don't know why it's become popular to attach "punk" to music, fashion, and literary genre, but it is what it is. Steampunk can find expression in all these outlets, but many people say it originated in fashion or clothing. It's a style that draws on the Victorian time period, including top hats, cravats, … Continue reading What in the World Is Steampunk and Why Would a Christian Write About It? FFVP Author post by Sophronia Belle Lyon
Four Stars: Dana Pratola's "The Covering" "Praying for the Leader of the Pack" This is a formula romance that defies the formulas. Good girl attracted to bad boy -- Check. Bad boy tortures himself over what is and isn't his fault about his past -- Check. But then there's that prayer thing, unleashing the Power … Continue reading More Christian Book Reviews!