Many people do not feel their need for a Savior. But the apostle Paul makes it clear that even morally upright people, like he was, still need a Savior.
Some Christians have become confused about what is appropriate when it comes to speaking the truth. Did you know it’s possible to abuse the truth? A terrorist is someone who destroys things. A truth terrorist is someone who uses the truth to destroy things.
Lies always have a source and Jesus said that Satan is “the father of lies.” His rebellion began when he lost touch with reality and conceived the idea that instead of worshiping God, he should take the place of God. Find out how he deceives people.
What does it mean to keep the 8th commandment: You shall not steal? Well, the best way to avoid going down the wrong road is to take the right road. Discover the surprising place where that begins.
The 8th commandment says, “You shall not steal.” This definition will help you take in the challenge of this command: Stealing is trying to get as much as possible, while giving as little as possible.
When you are climbing and you feel like you’re going to fall, you don’t need someone shouting at you, you need someone to show you where to put your foot so you can keep moving forward. Discover how you can learn to walk in sexual purity.
Some would say that they’ve never really struggled with the 7th commandment: You shall not commit adultery, but Jesus made it very clear that this issue of purity includes even our thoughts. Find out where the door of hope is… even when your purity has been compromised.
If you go through your whole life and never commit a murder, does that mean you’ve kept God’s command: You shall not murder? Discover the applications Jesus made from the sixth commandment.
Ever wonder why so many people who follow the command: You shall not murder, still feel that it’s ok to harm animals and eat meat? Why is this command applied only to people and not also to animals, which are part of God’s creation?
Some parents aren’t worthy of honor. But God commands us to “honor” our father and mother. So how do you honor a parent (or anyone else) who’s exercised authority over you in an unworthy manner?
You worship when things are going well, but not when you’re struggling. Pastor Colin talks about how to praise God even in your pain.
Is “time” one of the biggest struggles of your life? How do you decide your priorities? What can you leave undone? How do you balance all the responsibilities of life?
In the 1st commandment, God says You shall have no other gods before me. Why? Why should you let God be God in your life? Why should you obey His commandments at all?
In the Lord’s Supper, Christ invites you to His table. Pastor Colin explains what this means.
Are you tempted to believe that your labor for the Lord might be in vain? Pastor Colin reminds us, from the book of Malachi, that God remembers your tears and your desires.