The Benefits of Keeping Your Own Counsel (Keeping your thoughts, plans and dreams to yourself)

Photo by Lukas on Pexels.com I came across the seldom used expression, "Keeping your own counsel", in an old book recently. A quick internet dictionary definition of this phrase is, "Say little or nothing about one's opinions or intentions". Though I have found this to be a very good thing to practice, it is seldom … Continue reading The Benefits of Keeping Your Own Counsel (Keeping your thoughts, plans and dreams to yourself)

Covenant Theology, Dispensationalism, Preterism, Universal Reconciliation/Salvation, Reincarnation, etc. What do we really NEED to know to be saved?

Photo by nappy on Pexels.com I'm still learning...but I'm already saved. I want to start this paper out by admitting that I'm not an expert on any of this. I'm still learning and my views and beliefs have changed accordingly over the years as is normal for someone who is growing in grace and knowledge. … Continue reading Covenant Theology, Dispensationalism, Preterism, Universal Reconciliation/Salvation, Reincarnation, etc. What do we really NEED to know to be saved?