‘Luke 10–Mary and Martha’ (Christian Blogger)

I think we can all feel for Martha, in Luke 10–doing all the work of preparing a dinner while her sister, Mary, just sits down and listens to Jesus.

Luke 10- Mary and Martha

But regardless of what else is going on, it’s terribly important to make time to hear the Lord. Jesus’ rebuke of Martha was gentle and loving–yes, He really loved this friend–but very much to the point.

We have this from the Unashamed of Jesus blog. Christian bloggers, I feel strongly, have to help each other to spread the word.

‘God Bless America’ (Christian Blogger)

We have this from Kristi Ann’s Haven (https://kristiann1.com/2021/09/27/god-bless-america-and-israel-our-home-sweet-home/comment-page-1/?unapproved=116869&moderation-hash=b66dd12906e6c81393a2e82e393673fb#comment-116869).

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I continue to try to showcase posts by my fellow Christian bloggers. We need to help each other! Too many people out there trying to keep our message from getting out.

Kristi Ann also has a lot of Bible verses for us–the Good News of the gospel is the antidote to all the bad nooze we have to hear.

‘Luke 6–Jesus Is Our Rock’ (Christian Blogger)

I’m still saying Christian bloggers have to help each other. There are people out there who are trying to keep our message from getting out. They suppress our readership. But we can help each other by re-posting or re-blogging each other’s posts.

We have this from the “Unashamed of Jesus” blog:

Luke 6- Jesus Is Our Rock

Why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say? (Luke 6:46-48)

This is a serious question that Jesus asks, and you can be sure He’s still asking it today. Anyone can call himself a Christian–and then go out and ignore the Lord’s teaching… or even actively oppose it.

Jesus warns us not to build on sand, without Him as the foundation. He warns us not to put our faith in things of this world, because that foundation will surely fail us when we need it most.

But to build on Him, and on His word, is to build upon a rock; and that foundation will endure.

Kristi Ann with John 3:16 (Christian Bloggers)

I continue my campaign of bringing increased exposure to Christian bloggers and their blogs. It doesn’t seem I have much to contribute, “but such as I have, give I thee.”

Kristi Ann’s Haven has a lot of Bible verses for us, starting with John 3:16… “For God so loved the world…”

https://kristiann1.com/

You’re sure to find something in here that resonates with you today.

‘Receive the Holy Spirit’ (Christian Blogger)

Acts 19 - The Disciples Who Had Not Heard of the Holy Spirit!

We have this today from the Unashamed of Jesus blog,

Acts 19- Receive The Holy Spirit

In Acts 19, the early church in Ephesus had not yet even heard of the Holy Spirit and had only the baptism of John. Paul supplied what they were missing.

Without me you can do nothing, Jesus said. We have big things, daunting things, to do in this world; and we can’t do them without the Lord.  “If we want to see the power of God in the Church,” concludes the blogger, “we need the Holy Spirit!” Amen.

Note: I wish to provide more exposure to Christian blogs, to counter Big Tech censorship. If you’re a Christian blogger and would like to see some of your work displayed here, please just let me know! There is no charge for this.

Visiting Proverbs 24 (Christian Blogger)

You know I always try to give room to fellow Christian bloggers, and here’s one I found today–Heartshare. And the post is, “Let’s Look at Proverbs 24 Today in a Month of Wisdom.”

Let’s Look At Proverbs 24 Today In A Month Of Wisdom

The book of Proverbs is wisdom compressed by King Solomon and the Holy Spirit into bite-sized pieces. I find Proverbs grows on you. You really and truly would be wise if you followed all this advice! And here and there, a sobering note: “There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death” (14:12).

Thank you, Heartshare, for these brief excursions into Proverbs.

Note: If you’re a Christian blogger who’d like me to display your posts now and then, please just let me know. I’ll be glad to do it.

Don’t Forget the Hymn Contest

Why Were Angels Singing to Me?

I’m sorry to report no hymn requests today so far, no entries into our ongoing hymn contest. Well, these things always slow up after the initial excitement.

A few of you wind up requesting the most hymns–by far the most. I was hoping more of you would join the party! That’s not to discourage readers who make a lot of hymn requests: it’s to encourage you who never make any.

And now we’ve got another thunderstorm looming, and if I want a cigar I’d better go out and have it now.

It’s perfectly okay to make hymn requests while I’m not here!

Important P.S.! I want to showcase posts from other Christian blogs–because, in this climate of growing censorship, I think we must support each other. If you’re a Christian blogger who’d like to see your work displayed here from time to time, please just let me know! There’s no charge for it.

Persecution and the Believer, Part 2 (Christian Blogger)

Many of us are convinced that persecution of Christians is already under way–and that you don’t have to go all the way to China to find it. Here in the United States, and Canada, we find ample evidence of persecution–and a fervent desire, on the part of certain people, to have much, much more of it.

How should Christians cope with persecution? What are the things we most need to remember?

Persecution and the Believer Part 2

Between the two parts of this article at the Domain for Truth (there is a link to Part 1), those questions are answered from the Bible.

The one thing we must not do, ever, is to give in to the persecutors and desert our King.

Weird Stuff Happening with This Blog

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Ever get the feeling everyone in town just snuck away and left you?

We’re closing in on another month featuring a loss of some 2,000 views compared to the same month last year. WordPress insists there’s nothing wrong. Honk if you believe that.

Some of you have found it practically impossible to get your comments published. I believe you, but I can’t explain it. Some of those comments that frustrated you actually wound up being published–don’t ask me how.

Although I have readers in every time zone on the planet, for some unknown reason, every night around 7 or 8 p.m. EST, viewer traffic here stops just about dead. Why should that be?

This kind of thing has happened to so many Christian and conservative bloggers, we just have to believe Big Tech is doing it on purpose. They’re afraid to ban us all outright, so they employ algorithms to cut back our viewership; they make our posts harder to find on search engines. They get away with this because it’s what our unlawful phony Democrat regime wants them to do.

Well… if we could somehow average 400 views a day for the last five days of June, we’d catch up to one of last year’s months. Last November and December, we were hitting that target every day. Now… never.

Christian bloggers, ahoy! We have to stick together. We have to support each other.

I think the way to do that is for each of us to display posts by other Christian bloggers on our own blogs. If you have a Christian blog and would like me to display one of your posts now and then, please just let me know! There will be no charge for this. It’ll cost you nothing but a few minutes of your time.

Let’s at least try to defeat the censors!

Notice: To All Christian Bloggers

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If Paul Revere were here, he’d be wondering why so many of us are still in bed.

Big Tech is trying to cut us off from our audience by shoving us all the way down to the bottom of the search engine rankings. They don’t dare ban us outright, it might blow up in their faces; but what they’ve been doing to silence us has been pretty effective so far.

We need to support each other! That’s why I make a point of displaying posts by other Christian bloggers on my page. We should all be doing that!

If you are a Christian blogger and would like to see one of your posts displayed here, please let me know! There must be hundreds of your blogs out there that I haven’t yet discovered.

I will charge nothing for this service, so the cost to you will be only a minute or two of your time to drop me a line–and however much time you devote to doing the same on your site.

We have to stick up for one another.