Anyone who has ever raised a child has had the moment; that moment when your deep into something and you look over just to see your child trying to mimic your every move. They way they are sitting, the legs crossed, they way they are propping their head, etc. There’s a feeling that comes over you, that this child looks up to you so much that they want to mimic everything about you. There’s a certain level of pride that comes to you and you think, “Let’s go get some ice cream!” The child did not mimic you in efforts to get a prize, they just loved you so much that they wanted to mimic you; but you don’t care, you want to get them some ice cream anyway.

I don’t want to try and say the right sermon, sing the right song, pray the right way, to get the “Ice Cream” from God; His Spirit. I want to have my love for Him at a level that makes me want to mimic Him; not for His Spirit, but just because I look up to Him so much. In the process, I do want Him to be so proud that He is compelled to give me the “Ice Cream” anyway


We owe every breath to God. Now, many know this and some say it, but do we realize by how much this statement is true? I want to show you something that I pray will move you as it does me.

We all know that God breathed into man, and man became a living soul (Gen 2:7)

The Hebrew word for “breathed” is “sama”; from 5395; a puff, WIND, angry or vital breath, divine inspiration, INTELLECT., inspiration, soul, SPIRIT. Read More…


From a question posted on the Facebook Bible Study Page:

Hello Brother Wayne,This is Billy Baker.Me an some others have a ? for you,we would like your take on 1 Samuel 2:27 And there came a man of God unto Eli. Some say it was Samuel,but I find that hard to believe.In charter 3 Samuel was but a boy.Thanks for your time and thoughts on this scripture,May God Bless your studies as well as your life in Jesus name,Amen Read More…


In Revelation 13, we are told of an image that the people will build and worship and a mark they will receive. While I believe God had a certain “image” He was referring to, what this image is, for the most part so far, has been an interpretive belief dependent upon the individual. Many things may work but they MUST remain within the relationship of who the first and second beast are. The first and second beast is not interpretive; and the Bible all but names them.

We understand that an image is not necessarily something that is tangible, as say a statue. To give breath to something is to give life to it. So this will be an image that will be alive in the fact that it will move and grow and call out to the inhabitants of earth: it’s formed by the second beast and grows to all those who dwell on the earth. If they do not go along with the second beast’s image, they may suffer death. Read More…


I've talked to many men on the subject and everyone I've talk to agrees. Whether they are professing christians or professing non-christian, men agree that a woman showing much skin is enticing to be someone to sleep with, as a trophy, and go. Meanwhile, a woman who dresses with a beautiful dress or sport suit is seen as classy and sexy.

When listening to this video, about the history of the bikini and studies done with men when they see women in various dress, it seems my lame research is equaled with scientific research. Read More…


All my life, I’ve heard of the “four horse apocalypse” which are the four horsemen of the first four seals that were opened. Most teachers claim that the first horse, the rider on the white horse, is the anti-christ. There is absolutely nothing, in the Bible, to link the white horse with a man controlling in the end; and honest teachers will tell you it’s assumed that the white horse is the anti-christ.

I like to use the Bible to define itself and doing so, I find that modern teaching is taking what is Y’shua and calling it anti-christ. Modern teaching does this at several points of prophecy.

So, what is the white horse? Well, I guess I already said it was Christ; but how do I come to that conclusion? Read More…


On my personal Facebook page, I recently posted the question:

“If a child is good, but they don't offer to assist their parents in any way, are they still defined as good? If they don't create problems for the parents but they don't do chores set up by the parents, are these children good? Should this be allowed?”

I received a few responses which I’m not going to list in whole, but they did all agree for the most part. I’m going to quickly compile these response then ask a new question.

The responses basically went as such: Read More…