The Journey Through–The Prophetic Word

Robby BradfordBible, dreams and visions, God's will, Joseph, Old Testament, prophecy, Word of God0 Comments

How do you know when God is speaking directly to you?  Will what God has said just automatically happen, or is there something you could do or not do so that it wouldn’t happen?These are the kinds of questions this message explores, giving three steps to take when you think you’ve heard something from God. The Journey Through—The Prophetic Word … Read More

Waiting on David

Robby Bradfordadvent, Bible, Bible study, Christianity, Christmas, Covenant, Davidic Covenant, discipleship, Jesus Christ, Judaism, New Testament, Old Testament, prophecy, spirituality, the Bible0 Comments

Advent, the Christian season that starts the Christian calendar and focuses on the coming of Jesus, starts today!  Throughout Advents (ending on Christmas Day), I’m posting thoughts about the coming of Jesus and explaining some things about Christmas that might not be clear to you.Have you ever wondered why Jesus is referred to as the son of David in the … Read More

Celebrating Advent with Your Family

Robby Bradfordadvent, Bible, Bible study, Christianity, Christmas, discipleship, family, Jesus Christ, prayer, prophecy2 Comments

My wonderful wife, Tracy Bradford, has written more on the subject of celebrating Advent with children.  Full of practical ideas fueled by spiritual consideration, take some time to see what’s here! ______________________ I remember the first time that my husband and I sat with our two small boys to officially celebrate the Advent season 13 years ago.  I had made … Read More

21 Myths–Jesus Mirrors Pagan Religions

Robby Bradford21 myths, apologetics, Bible, Christian origins, gospels, Jesus Christ0 Comments

This myth is repeated a lot on the internet.  I’ve heard and read all kinds of conspiracy theories (especially on the internet). Osiris. Krishna.  Horus.  Mithras. Dionysus.  Adonis.  Just to name a few.  As Dan Brown, the author of The Da Vinci Code, put it, “Nothing in Christianity is original.” So how does one answer these criticisms? For one, these … Read More