Dear Reader, I apologize for the long absence. My duties as a youth pastor has preoccupied me over the past couple of weeks. But, it is good to be back! And as I sit here sipping on a cup of coffee and typing on my keyboard, I realize what weekend it is. That is, theContinue reading “The Error of Nationalism”
Author Archives: Cameron R. Knowles
Christ’s Definite Atonement
I once read a man’s illustration on atonement regarding his wife’s love of dark chocolate. The man’s wife loved expensive, dark chocolate. She did not want the processed milk chocolate that is made in factories, trucked around the United States, and sits on grocery store shelves for weeks. No, she liked the good stuff. AndContinue reading “Christ’s Definite Atonement”
God Loves the Sinner?
The following is a disclaimer regarding this article: Reader, tread carefully through this article. Some of what I write in this article may shock you. But just know, everything I write is backed up by Scripture. Agree with me? Awesome! Don’t agree with me? That’s okay. I pray that you reach out to me inContinue reading “God Loves the Sinner?”
Soli Deo Gloria
Dear Readers, You may have noticed something about me. I tend to say “Soli Deo Gloria” a lot. Each time I post a blog, I end it with that statement. Each time I post on the FaceBook page, my post ends with that statement. When I write emails, instead of ending with “sincerely” or “thankContinue reading “Soli Deo Gloria”
He’s Good, I Tell You
As I was reading a book on the Watergate Scandal for my American History II class, I realized what day it is: It is “Good Friday” readers. So, I felt compelled to write a blog post describing why today is, in fact, a good day. Good Friday is supposedly the day, 3 days before HisContinue reading “He’s Good, I Tell You”
Seeing Sin How God Sees It
During the Fall of 2018, I heard a prayer that I think about daily. I was in a discipleship group with some of my friends and we went around the room and shared prayer requests. One of my friends explained that his prayer request was this: “Pray that I can see sin the way GodContinue reading “Seeing Sin How God Sees It”
If I Perish, I Perish.
Dear Reader, The year is 1985. A boxing exhibition is taking place in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Hotel. In one corner, stands Apollo Creed, a heavyweight world champion. In the other corner, stands Ivan Drago, a boxer from the Soviet Union. The match starts and the two begin boxing one another. After aContinue reading “If I Perish, I Perish.”
Allow Me to Introduce Myself… or My Blog
Dear Reader, I thank you for stopping by to the grand opening of Mere Breath, a blog dedicated to the glory of God. My name is Cameron and I am excited to start this new adventure with all of you. There are probably a couple of questions running through your head as you read. WhatContinue reading “Allow Me to Introduce Myself… or My Blog”