Truth in Palmyra

By Wally Fry



The Giving Season

A great post by my friend, Pastor Roland Ledoux on the power if giving and intercessory prayer during this Christmas season.


This is pretty much the season of giving all over the world as we commemorate Christ Jesus’ birth. Now I know, as well as you that He didn’t arrive in this world on the 25th of December, and I also know all the controversy of the actual season of the year, BUT – this is the day that has been traditionally set aside to commemorate His birth and not just His birth, but His MISSION for coming to us in the flesh in the first place! “One person esteems one day above another; another esteems every day alike. Let each be fully convinced in his own mind. He who observes the day, observes it to the Lord; and he who does not observe the day, to the Lord he does not observe it. – Romans 14:5-6a. The Apostle Paul was very much aware of this concerning the Sabbath day as well and he echoed what Jesus stated about the Sabbath being made for man and not the other way around. As a Christian, a disciple, a student of Christ (The Anointed One) we follow the Lord’s example as unto God our Heavenly Father and we do it in faith and in purpose of our heart for we each will stand before our Heavenly Father to be judged in Christ Jesus…….Read the rest of the post here: The Giving Season | FOR THE LOVE OF GOD

Generous Giving

This was a well considered, thoughtful post on the role of giving financially in the life of a New Testament believer. I found this over at Mike’s Place on the Web.


Scores of books have been written on the importance of the tithe. Tithing – the idea that as Christians we owe God one tenth of all our income – is how many churches establish their operating budgets. Before we pay any taxes or bills, we are obligated to pay God His ten percent first. The blessing is that He lets us keep the rest for ourselves. That all sounds like a pretty good deal. Except it’s wrong. Christians are not obligated to tithe. In terms of our giving to the church every Sunday, that’s either really good news or bad, depending on how look at things. In fact, according to the New Testament, God isn’t concerned one wit about Christians giving ten percent of their income to Him. He wants it all………Read the rest of the post here: Generous Giving | Mike’s Place on the Web

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