by Ken Yates When most Christians think of the Kingdom of God, they think that it will be a place where everyone is equal. It will be kind of like a communist utopia. In their view, the ideas of communism, where everyone is on equal footing, will be realized because Jesus Christ will be ruling
by Bob Wilkin In the summer after eighth grade I went on a six-week bus trip around the United States with 35 other boys from my club. In addition there were nine men who supervised us. We camped out each night. Each morning started out with a two-mile run led by one of the leaders.
by Zane Hodges No earthly banquet was ever so splendid. No roster of assembled guests was ever so impressive. The coheirs of King Jesus are the elite of human history. To be numbered among them is the highest honor—and greatest victory!—which any man or woman can achieve. But what is it that really makes an
by Ken Yates In my last blog I discussed Luke 12:54ff and how Jesus told the nation of Israel in His day that if they looked around they would be able to see that judgment was coming. He was speaking of the coming judgment of AD 70. That judgment was coming because of their sin.
by Ken Yates To me, one of the most interesting verses in the Gospels is a statement by Jesus in Luke 12:47-48. Jesus gives a parable about who is a wise servant of the master and who is an evil servant of that same master. In the parable, the Lord says that His servants will
by Shawn Lazar, originally published in the November/December, 2014 issue of Grace in Focus. The original article may be accessed here. Doubt. For some of us, it is momentary feeling of anxiety that eventually passes when our circumstances change. For others, it is a way of life born out of the barrage of insecurities created
One of the things that I have really appreciated about the Free Grace movement in general, and GES in particular, is how they have challenged all of us to look at the Scriptures and let the Scriptures speak for themselves. This often causes us to reconsider some of our traditional understanding of what certain verses
by Bob Wilkin Did you know that Moses wrote a Psalm? Most of the Psalms were written by David around 1000 BC. But Moses wrote a Psalm four centuries before that. In Psalm 90, a psalm by Moses, he says, “The days of our lives are seventy years; and if by reason of strength they
by Bob Wilkin In hindsight I could see the hand of the Lord in what happened. But when it was all happening, I seemed to be struggling through these things all on my own. On January 1, 1985, Sharon and I flew back from a week’s vacation in Arkansas. We were picked up by the
We are all familiar with the Lord’s Prayer. When I was in the military it was used a great deal in the chapel services. Part of the reason, no doubt, is that some of the soldiers and family members came from more liturgical church backgrounds than people like myself. They were very comfortable reciting it.