God is merciful and slow to anger, but we must stop confusing His patience with His approval.
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I think his new book is both completely correct and misses the mark.
On Sunday during a conversation about race and the church, the Atlanta pastor suggested the phrase "white privilege" should be replaced by "white blessing."
"Racial discrimination is illegal now. Heck, we even had a black president. So why are people still upset?"
"Not only was this decision an affront against God, but it was also a historical attack against the founding framework that governs our nation."
"I think right now there's a battle because there has been such an emphasis on excellence in the charismatic movement that the heart of worship has really been neglected."
What do we do with the burdens of black America?
God's love is colorless but beautiful in His creation of diversity.
Church, it should be obvious that we are in an immense spiritual battle right now.
But even as Christians, we have a long way to go.
In an atmosphere of hate and division, it's a much-needed message.
If so, you are not alone.
What kind of society will we leave to our children?
He deleted the tweet and apologized "for any hurt my effort caused, especially within the African American community."
Although ideologies are significant and determine the philosophy and politics of a society, love is more powerful and transcends all.
For the first time in the history of our nation, the leaders of a major city, Minneapolis, intend to defund and disband the city's police force.
Michael Snyder says believers shouldn't be afraid of what's happening in the world right now.
Landry says Satan doesn't want to just hurt you, he's trying to destroy you.
"You're like Ben Hur up in the chariot, and you've got these horses that are all wanting to run. But the problem is, they may not all be wanting to run at the same speed or in the same direction."
"If we're not reading the Bible four or more times a week, we will make no significant choices or changes any different from someone who never reads the Bible."