When Godly People Act Ungodly: Explaining The Hypocrisy In Christianity

What are YOU lookin' at?!!!

Before I saw the light and became saved (See my other post, “What Is The Path To God?”), I witnessed a lot of hypocrisy in religion.  There were people who claimed to be Christian that committed adultery, stole, lied, used bad language, and was prideful, greedy, and lustful, to name a few.  I thought to myself, “What do I want with Christianity or any religion, for that matter, if this is what it produces?!!” Continue reading


How Do You Know If You Are Saved?

Jesus is our only bridge to God.

Recently, I was asked, “How do you know if you are saved?”, by a patient of mine who is a believer.  And the question provoked a lot of thought.  I have been saved since 2004 and after a year or so from accepting Jesus as my Lord and Savior, I too questioned the same thought.  Continue reading

What Is Life As A Christian Like?

I often get the question about what it feels like to be saved (See blog entry, “What is the path to God?“).  Simply, it’s not always easy.  In fact, I feel that life as a non-believer was remarkably easier!  Now, I didn’t say better.  I said it was just easier.  So Continue reading

What is the path to God?

Accept me as I am, Oh Lord!

Jesus answered, “Verily, verily, I say unto thee,

Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.”

John 3:16 (KJV)

This was Jesus’ reply to Nicodemus, who was a Pharisee (Jewish religious leaders, who were jealous and wanted to get rid of Jesus) and member of the ruling council.  Nicodemus came to seek out Jesus in the middle of the night to ask him some questions.  And Jesus punctuated the importance of his response by preceding it with the phrase, “Verily, verily”, which is like a teacher saying to the class, “Pay special attention, this is going to be on the exam!”  Basically, Jesus was telling him the way to heaven, …the secret to eternal life. 

The path to God is a simple one.  You must believe that Jesus was sent by God to die Continue reading