Michael Furlonger

As a Christian author, the ultimate and most pressing question for Michael is “Who Is God?” There was no single verse that could truly answer this question for him. The more he dug into the scriptures, the more questions he had and he has chosen to share his adventure of answering these questions with you.
Between other projects, Michael is working on a book on the biblical teachings of prayer.

God: The Master Of Sin
&
Satan The Beautiful

Do you believe that God is Holy?
That God is Just?
Do you believe that God is Merciful?
Addressing God as the ‘Master of Sin’ seems quite polar opposite. This is why Michael begins his book in the Garden of Eden where sin began.

Before you get your torch and pitch forks, let us consider the words of Hebrews 4:15: “For we do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are—yet he did not sin.”

Assurance of Salvation

Did you know that you are an eternal being? Ecclesiastes 3:11 says, “He has also set eternity in the human heart…” We are created but our eternal God who has eternal purposes for us.

So, why is it that we are not seeking our eternal inheritance? The fact is that many who believe in the eternal God and the cross of Jesus Christ and the resurrection may never enter that eternal rest.

But the fact that the eternal God who created us for eternal purposes wants us saved. In John 17, Jesus prayed, “Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God…”
Michael took the opportunity to share his own doubts on this subject and hopes that you too will find assurance of salvation.

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  1. I love the subject of prayer. God always answers my prayers but not always in the way expected and he has a sense of humor. I have joked about writing a book called, “How Not to Pray.” My own daughter once prayed, “Lord protect me from my mamma’s prayers.” She needed a car so I prayed for her a new car. She totaled my car that she was driving. Totaled to the point it could not be used for scrap. She walked away with a bump on the top of her head and a scrape on her knee (I always prayed Psalms 91 over her for protection). With the insurance, she got a new car. I should have prayed for ANOTHER car. My husband said, “Whatever you do, do not pray for me a new truck.” I prayed for brick underpinning. Our house was picked up by a tornado, moved seven feet, and dropped. It remained together. When the insurance settled, there was enough left over for brick underpinning. My family said next time I should just pray for cash. I do not think God caused those things to happen but he was there to protect us when they did happen. I pay attention to my dreams which has saved my life and I listen when he speaks which saved my daughter’s life when she was shot in the head. I live a life of miracles. Blessings

    1. That’s funny. I heard a pastor say once that we should be grateful for the prayers that God doesn’t answer. Something that I’ve learned lately is this sort of, “let go and let God” mentality. I have so many petitions to take to God, but when I get to expressing them, I shy away and say, “Maybe not.”

      1. No use in shying away with your petitions, Michael. He already knows what they are. I believe in praying in the spirit. I pray and let God spread it out where needed. My deceased husband used to call that my “Shotgun Prayers.” He was more like a sniper with his prayers. Blessings

  2. Sorry, I wrote a blog but it didn’t send. My hard drive crashed first of March and I’m still not able to use my computer. Although my writings have been found, I can not download anything, and new writings are not saving… just need a new computer.

    1. Hey Debbie. It’s great to hear from you. I hope you had a blessed Easter. I’m sorry to hear about your hard drive. I look forward to reading your posts when you get a new computer.
      God bless

  3. Love your heart, Michael, keep up the wonderful work. Connecting people and networking is tedious. The rewards may go unnoticed, but they are a purposeful ministry. Similar to our Lord’s presence. We may not think or feel Him in those tedious times, however, He is truly our biggest cheerleader!

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