We are only fit to be leaders of men when we have failed in our own strength and look only to God for our success.
Sharon Herald > The Scholars Corner November 14, 1998 Where is the God of Beauty? 1998 by Jefferis Kent Peterson, I Sometimes we Christians are a boring lot. With intense and focused zeal we pound the drum, driving home the point of our latest cause with rhythmic fury. Whether that issue is politics or doctrine, […]
Paul’s weakness was his learning and education, which he thought was his strength. The thorn in his side was not sickness but constant attempts to undermine his ministry by religious legalists/false apostles who came as messengers of Satan to churches he founded. The Thorn not being removed caused him to write many of the letters we have to day in response to these attacks upon grace and his ministry.
Cythnia Gartland Funeral, Oct 20, 2013 from jefferis peterson Funeral for Cythnia Gartland, Oct 20, 2013 Officiating, Jefferis Kent Peterson, I, her son-in-law I had the privilege of doing a celebration of life for my mother-in-law. The actual eulogy begins at minute 9. Our hope in the face of death. God sets a limit on […]
A Powerful Testimony Tommie Fortune Testimony – Hope in the Face of Stage 4 Liver Cancer How to Have Joy in the Midst of Hardship Testimony given in the Third Week of Advent Trusting God in the midst of threats to life and suffering. Courage in Adversity. A Member of Wimberley Christian Church given on […]
Covenant relationships mean that you share whatever you have if the other person has need of it. If you are good in publicity, but they are good in finance, your promote their business while they finance yours. You would never let your covenant partner starve while you have food. You would die before you let anyone harm them.
If there is no authority higher than the State, then the State effectively becomes the arbiter of all that is just and right. The danger of this autonomous humanistic State is that it will not be restrained from exercising despotic and tyrannical power over its citizenry because it has become accountable to no one but itself. Recognizing no divine limit to its function, it becomes the arbiter of morals as well as policies.