Please drop me a note when you have a chance. I really want to hear from you! Honestly, I could use the encouragement. But if you don’t feel comfortable contacting me, then I certainly understand. It’s not about me but about you. I want to serve you and be a blessing to you.
Also, you have my permission to quote, link, or use my writings however you want, even without giving me any credit whatsoever. My heart is to simply get the truth to people so they will be saved. If my writings get a better hearing with your name on them, I rejoice!
I wish God’s richest blessings to you.
Books I recommend:
I haven’t read any “Christian” books for years but only the Bible. However, I highly recommend a couple of books I purchased years ago that I refer to from time to time.
“A Woman Rides the Beast: The Roman Catholic Church and the Last Days” – Dave Hunt
“The Time of the End” – Tim Warner
Websites I recommend:
Blue Letter Bible and Scripture 4 All are virtually the only two resources I ever use for my studying and writing. I use Blue Letter Bible every day. It’s wonderful for word searches, Greek interlinear studies, cross references, and copying verses for my writings. I support and highly recommend it. I use Scripture 4 All to a lesser extent for more in-depth Greek studies.
4 Winds Fellowships led by Tim Warner has some good information on his website but I caution the reader to be very careful about his view of the Son of God and the gospel. I began following him in 2008 and his teaching forever changed my walk with God for the better. I’m indebted to him and grateful for him. However, I no longer follow his ministry and I don’t recommend anyone else following him either for two main reasons: (1) he denies that Jesus Christ and His apostles commanded us “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself” (Mat 22:39; Mar 12:31; Rom 13:9; Gal 5:14; Jas 2:8); (2) he counts Trinitarians as his brethren and teaches others to do the same. Sadly, he’s now going a direction I can no longer follow.
The following websites contain excellent information against the false Trinitarian view of God. The first two websites are also the best resources I’ve ever found for showing that the Trinitarian formula in Matthew 28:19 “baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost,” wasn’t spoken by Christ but was added later by the Roman Catholic Church. But I don’t necessarily recommend other things taught on these websites.