Everything that any man could ever want is found in the presence of our holy God. Every longing is met, every aspiration fulfilled, every thirst quenched, and every hunger satisfied.
Sin knocks on the door of our hearts and wants to come in masquerading as our friend and servant, but once we let it in, it becomes our master and never wants to leave.
I have some good news for you today. Even though we all have times where we stumble. These are the times to remember that our relationship with God is based upon him and his perfect record, not us and our imperfect record. Let’s learn how this can set us free.
One of the most important lessons to make progress in a holy life is the difference between condemnation for sin and conviction of sin. One is from the devil. The other is from God. Have you learned the difference?
Imagine if you were sick or could not walk for 38 years. Imagine if Jesus healed you from that. Imagine if Jesus then said, “Don’t fall into sin so that nothing worse will happen to you.” What could be worse than being sick for 38 years? We’ll find out today.
The song Blessed Assurance describes the kind of life we want, not a life of seeing how much we can get away with, not a life of half-heartedness, and not a life of reluctant, begrudging obedience, but a life of happy holiness. Let’s learn more about it.
Is Jesus really the only way to God? What do we say to people when they tell us we are narrow minded bigots? Let’s listen today and learn together.
“If the God of the Bible commands that innocent women and children be killed, how can I trust him? How can I trust the bible?”
Have you ever heard anyone say, “you Christians say Christ is the only way to God but isn’t the way a person lives more important that what he believes? Besides, I know many upright, moral people who are not Christians.” How would we answer them? Let’s learn today.
To create a world with love, God had to give humans the ability to love him which also meant they had the ability not to love him. Today, let’s learn more about the question of why evil and suffering exist in God’s good world.