Democracy and the Bible “Separation of Church and State?”

What do think of when you hear the word “democracy”? It is a popular word these days in any corner of this globe on which we live. How do you envision a democratic nation working? Do the Church and State need to have close relations in order for democracy to prosper? Or, can you exclude the Church from the affairs of the State and still see long term prosperity? Growing up as a citizen of the United States of America I was always taught the importance of democracy both in the public education that I received as well as from my parents and family members. I remember being proud of being an American and having the freedoms that went along with democracy. Continue reading

Sunday’s Sermon II

As promised, I will continue pastor Vasile’s message from Sunday morning. The second half of the message was about spiritual blindness, how to recognize it and either repent of it or avoid it. This is for people who live in a religious society where religion is a part of life, like family, jobs, hobbies etc. when you inherit your religion from your forefathers instead of entering into a personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ. These are 7 signs that you are suffering from spiritual blindness. This comes from the case in John 9 when Jesus healed another blind man. Continue reading