About This Blog

Hello there. My real name is Michael McCarrey. I live in Spokane, Washington (that’s the state, not the D.C.) I host a biblical church assembly and Bible studies, that is, when people care to show up. The purpose of this blog is to comment publically, from a Dispensationalist’s perspective, on things that we all read about and see going on around us in the world, my local area, and in the Church, which is the Body of Christ, not a building. It’s Christian in content, which means different things to different people. To me, it means commentary on events as viewed through the eyes of someone who, as the Scripture says has “… the mind of Christ” (1 Cor 2:16). I suppose you’ll have to read me to figure out what “it” means to you. One thing, I’m not going to debate God’s existence, or argue about this anti-biblical tradition or that anti-biblical tradition with anyone. I’m not into traditions, superstitions, or the imaginations of men. I write about what the Bible says. I don’t pull punches. The Lord Jesus Christ didn’t either. His way was to: “tell it like it is”, and that’s what I do my best to do. You take it, or leave it, from there.

If you desire to learn more about me and where I’m coming from,  and why, take a look at my website:
δουλος Χριστου Ιησου. Also, if you’re using a Microsoft product, you might get a possible phishing security alert because that link no longer references an Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN). The bottom line is since all the third-party registrars appeared on the scene, it’s become too expensive to play with the DNS on the Internet anymore. So I’ve moved my site to a server inside my own personal data center. If people ever decide to stop trying to get rich off the backs of individuals who desire to register Internet names, I’ll consider registering again. Personally, I’m hoping that the Rapture will eliminate the need for any further consideration of this matter. I hope that this causes no one any grief.

Thanks for stopping by. May God bless you.


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