- Follow The Disciple's Road on WordPress.com
Top Posts & Pages
- Does God Want Everyone To Get Married?
- The Battle of Armageddon/The Second Coming of Christ
- How Would You Describe Your Walk With the Lord These Days?
- The Clinched Fist of Joseph Stalin
- The Mayonnaise Jar
- Should We Pray Silently to Keep Satan From Hearing?
- How Does a Worm Get Inside an Apple?
- Lessons From Habakkuk
- Is the Ark of the Covenant In Ethiopia?
- The New Heaven, The New Earth, & The New Jerusalem
TagsA.W. Tozer Adultery Barack Obama being thankful Bible Study Charles Spurgeon Christ's millennial reign Christ's Resurrection Christian Liberty Chuck Swindoll Church Attendance Constantine Contentment damnation discerning God's will Discipleship Divorce dying to self Easter Evangelism Faith Fear Gambling Gehenna God's Timing God's Provision God's Will hades Harry Ironside Heaven Hell Holiness Homosexuality Idolatry Marriage Nimrod Obedience Parenting Patience Perseverance Personal Holiness pornography Prayer praying in Jesus' name Priorities Psalm 23 Repentance Resurrection Salvation Satan Semiramis Sin soul-winning Spiritual Gifts spiritual warfare Straight Talk About God's Will Tammuz tartarus Temptation Thankfulness Thanksgiving the battle of Armageddon The Bible The Devil the eternal lake of fire the mark of the beast The Old Testament Law the queen of heaven Trials Trusting In God using your talents in serving Christ waiting on God where did Christ's soul go after His death Work Worship
onlinefellowship.org on Jesus: The Black Delivere… russellmckinney on Should We Pray Silently to Kee… Andrew on Should We Pray Silently to Kee… russellmckinney on Jesus: The Compassionate … Malcolm Woody on Jesus: The Compassionate …
Disciple’s RoadMy Tweets
- 115,608 hits
Tag Archives: Priorities
A group of men went deer hunting. When they separated into pairs, Bob and Joe paired up to hunt together. Not too long into the hunt Joe killed a huge 10-point buck. Bob then volunteered to help him drag it … Continue reading
In March of last year I wrote a post entitled “Church Or YBOA Basketball?” In that post I explained how my son Ryan’s participation in Youth Basketball of America was causing him to miss some of our Sunday morning church … Continue reading
During the Dessert Storm invasion of Kuwait and Iraq, Col. William Post received an urgent fax from headquarters. The fax was a complaint that 400 cases of jelly were not accounted for in the colonel’s records. The colonel sent a private … Continue reading
When you are the father of an athletic twelve-year old and eight-year old, you know more than you want to know about gyms, football fields, baseball diamonds, and soccer fields. You know how time consuming those places are. You know … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon found me on the road having to be at a certain place at a certain time. It also found me in the midst of an absolute sea of traffic. I couldn’t believe what I was experiencing. Cars, trucks, big rigs, dump … Continue reading