Archive for the ‘secularism’ Category

Support for cancer victims.

June 15, 2012


Proud To Be A Christian!

June 9, 2012


Free Tickets!

June 1, 2012


The Best Mom Ever!

March 2, 2012


Sister Jada Hanks 3 C’s!

February 13, 2012

Sister Jada Hanks 3 C’s!

February 13, 2012

God won’t let you down!

February 13, 2012



August 7, 2011


1. In the beginning who created the Heaven and earth?

2. Who participated in Creation with the Father?

3. Who was moving upon the deep?

4. On the third Day, what the land and the water were called?

5. What were the two “great lights” called on the fourth Day?

6. What were the sea monsters and birds commanded to do?

7. What did God give Man over all of Creation?

8. How long did Creation take , and what did God do on the last day?

9. After God creating Man, where did He place him?

10. Why did God say He created woman?


1. Identify Adam’s occupation in Eden.

2. Why did Adam call Eve “Eve”?

3. Who was the first to taste the forbidden fruit in Eden?

4. How did God prevent the first family from returning to Eden?

5. What was the occupation of both Cain and Abel?

6. What did Cain say when God asked him about Abel?

7. Identify the son who replaced Abel.

8. What would happen to anyone who killed Cain?

9. Identify the son of Cain who had a city named after him?

10. We all die in Adam; how shall we be made alive? (1st Cor. 15:22).


1. Who did Noah walk with?

2. Name the three sons of Noah?

3. What covenant did God make with Noah after he built the ark?

4. Noah was to bring ____ of each creature, both ____ and ______.

5. How man days and nights did the rain fall?

6. What mountain did the ark rest on after 150 days?

7. When Noah’s dove returned, what proof did it have of dry land?

8. What was the first recorded action of Noah after leaving the ark?

9. When Noah left the ark, what covenant did God make with him?

10. ___ exposed Noah’s nakedness, and received a curse on what son?


1. Before God changed it, what was Abraham’s name?

2. What was Abraham father’s name?

3. Where in Canaan did Abraham and Sarah moved from Ur to?

4. God called Abraham to leave Haran for a “land ________________.”

5. What is the Abrahamic Covenant?

6. Why did Abraham go south to Egypt?

7. Why did Abraham say that Sarah was his sister?

8. Where did Abraham’s nephew Lot relocate?  

9. Name the city that Abraham intercede for?

10. Identify the sacrifice God provided in place of Isaac?


1. Name the prents of Jacob and Esau.

2. Esau was a skilled hunter; what did Jacob do?

3. What did Esau sell his birthright for?

4. Realizing that Jacob stole the family’s blessing, what did Esau plan?

5. Who was Jacob’s first wife?

6. What name did the angel at Jabbok change Jacob’s name to?

7. What did Jacob and Esau do when they met in east Jordan?

8. Identify the two sons of Jacob by Rachel.

9. _____ was buried by his sons Jacob and Esau.

10. Esau is the father of the________?


1. Name the parents of Joseph.

2. For what reason did Jacob love Joseph more than his other sons?

3. Who was the brother who suggested that Joseph’s life be spared?

4. Where did the traders who removed Joseph from the pit take him?

5. How did Joseph’s brother try to fool Jacob about Joseph’s death?

6. How did Joseph respond to Potiphar’s wife advances?

7. What did Joseph tell Pharaoh would happen after 7 years of plently?

8. What Joseph put in his brothers sacks before they left Egypt?

9. Identify the brother held hostage in Egypt until Benjamin arrived?

1o. How did Jacob respond when reunited with Joseph at Goshen?


1. Who was the mother of Moses, Aaron, and Miriam?

2. Who found Moses in the Nile river?

3. Who did Miriam suggest to be the nurse for Moses?

4. Why did Pharaoh’s daughter call the baby Moses?

5. For what reason did Moses kill an Egyptian?

6. Name the daughter of the priest of Midian who Moses married.

7. What was the reason God made Aaron the spokesman for Moses?

8. Identify the reason Miriam was made leperous.

9. What was Aaron’s sin while Moses was on Mount Sinai?

10. Identify the event in which Miriam led a procession of praise.


1. What was Moses doing when God spoke to him at the burning bush?

 2. What was the reason Moses had to remove his shoes?

3. What was the name in Exodus 3:14 that God identified Himself?

4. Why was Moses hesitant to be a deliver?

5. What did Pharaoh say when Moses asked for a feast for the Hebrews?

6. Identify the first of the ten plagues.

7. How did the firstborn of the Israelites avoid the death angel?

8. When leaving Egypt, why didn’t the Israelites use leavening?

9. How did God help the Israelites travel safely day and night?

10. What occured to Pharaoh’s army at the Red Sea?


1. How many years were the Israelites in the desert?

2. Who told Moses to get help to counsel the people?

3. What food did God provide for the complaining Israelites?

4. Who held up the hands of Moses when Joshua fought the Amalekites?

5. What is the Mosaic Covenant?

6. Identify the first of the Ten Commandments.

7. What was the number of spies sent to the land of Canaan?

8. Identify the two spies who gave a favorable report of Canaan.

9. For what reason did God send fiery serpents to the Israelites?

10. After being denied entry, where did Moses view the Promised Land?


1. How did Joshua and Caleb’s report differ from the other ten?

2. How did Moses indicate that Joshua would be his successor?

3. By displaying a red cord in the window, what family was saved?

4. What sign convinced the people to follow the priests across Jordan?

5. What was the significance of the twelve memorial stones?

6. Who was the man with the sword approached by Joshua at Jericho?

7. After marching seven times around Jericho, what occured?

8. What did Joshua ask God to do in order to defeat the Amorites? 

9. Identify the land given to Caleb as an inheritance for his faithfulness?

10. What did Joshua say about his family in his farewell address?


August 25, 2008

Abel – Slain by his older brother Cain (Gen. 4:8).

Andrew (Peter’s brother) – was crucified, suspended on an olive tree, at Patrae, a town of Achaia [Greece];

Bartholomew (aka Nathanael) – was beaten then crucified with his head downward, and was buried in Allanum, a town of the great Armenia (modern day southern Georgia).

Isaiah – tradition says he was encased in a tree and ‘sawed asunder’.

James (The Lesser), Son of Alphaeus – stoned to death in Jerusalem.

James (The Greater), Son of Zebedee – when preaching in Judea, was beheaded with the sword by Herod the tetrarch, and was buried there.

John (the disciple “that Jesus loved) brother of James and son of Zebedee – was banished by Domitian to the Isle of Patmos, and later died of “old age” in Ephesus.

Judas Iscariot – suicide by hanging.

Matthew/Levi – Matthew wrote the Gospel in the Hebrew tongue, and published it at Jerusalem, and fell asleep at Hierees, a town of Parthia, near modern day Tehran. OR speared to death!

Matthias replaced Judas (Acts 1:26).

Paul – was beheaded in Rome by Nero (Paul as a Roman citizen could not be crucified but got an “easier” death sentence).

Philip – preached in Phrygia, and was crucified in Hierapolis with his head downward in the time of Domitian, and was buried there.

Simon Peter – crucified upside down under Nero in Rome, and was buried there.

Simon the Zealot – the son of Clopas, who is also called Jude, became bishop (or 2nd Patriarch) of Jerusalem after James the Just, and fell asleep and was buried there at the age of 120 years OR crucified.

Thaddaeus/Judas son of James, Jude, who is also called Lebbaeus – preached to the people of Edessa, and to all Mesopotamia, and fell asleep at Berytus; was stoned to death and buried there. He is somtimes identified as Thomas in eastern Syrian tradition. 

Thomas – preached to the Parthians, Medes, Persians, Hyrcanians, Bactrians, and Margians, and was thrust through in the four members of his body with a pine spear at Calamene, the city of India, and was buried there.

ZechariahMat. 23:35.

“Prejudicial Election!”

August 16, 2008



Rom. 10:3 For they being ignorant of God’s righteousness, and going about to establish their own righteousness, have not submitted themselves unto the righteousness of God. 4 For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth. 5 For Moses describeth the righteousness which is of the law, That the man which doeth those things shall live by them. 6 But the righteousness which is of faith speaketh on this wise, Say not in thine heart, Who shall ascend into heaven? (that is, to bring Christ down from above🙂 7 Or, Who shall descend into the deep? (that is, to bring up Christ again from the dead.) 8 But what saith it? The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart: that is, the word of faith, which we preach; 9 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.

Rom. 11:27 For this is my covenant unto them, when I shall take away their sins. 28 As concerning the gospel, they are enemies for your sakes: but as touching the election, they are beloved for the father’s sakes. 29 For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance. 30 For as ye in times past have not believed God, yet have now obtained mercy through their unbelief: 31 Even so have these also now not believed, that through your mercy they also may obtain mercy.

We are living in an age where the Presidential Election of the United States feature the campaigns of a female, and a African-American male! While this is certainly exciting, it is not the first time that members of these two demographics ran for this office. Take a look at past presidential hopefuls of these two segments of society, ladies first:

Victoria Claflin Woodhull – 1870, Belva Lockwood – 1884, Margaret Chase Smith – 1964, Patsy Takemoto Mink – 1972, Shirley Chisholm – 1972, Ellen McCormack – 1976 & 1980, Sonia Johnson – 1984, Patricia Schroeder – 1988, Lenora Fulani 1988 & 1992, Elizabeth Dole – 2000, Carol Moseley Braun – 2004 (withdrew), Hillary Clinton – 2008;

Jesse Jackson – 1984 & 1988, Alan Keyes – 1996, 2000, & 2008, Al Sharpton – 2000, Barack Obama – 2008 (beat Hillary Clinton for the Democratic Nomination).

A prevalent thought that most assuredly must be on the collective minds of Americans, and indeed the world, is if an African-American can be President. What a phenomenal accomplishment that would be, possibly more momentous than Michael Phelps winning eight gold medals! That would be true whether it’s this election or not; not just for the election itself, but also for outgrowing our prejudicial attitudes!

However, another type of election involves the race of faith in Christ vs. non-believers. Among the latter group are those who believe “the righteousness which is of the law, that the man which doeth those things shall live by them; …as concerning the gospel, they are enemies for your sakes: but as touching the election, they are beloved for the father’s sakes (KEY SCRIPTURE).” These “enemies”, who equate righteousness with national preeminence, are prejudiced against God’s elect being saved by His grace, which stresses the universality of His love through the sacrifice of Jesus (Rom. 8:5). Nevertheless, in this heavenly election, victory belongs to those who elect to follow the campaign strategy in Rom. 10:9 above!