Struggling with sin can be so discouraging it can lead us to question if we’re members of God’s Kingdom at all! This is why it’s important to have a right understanding of how we’re in God’s family, what keeps us here, and what we’re to do with the sin in us until Christ returns.
Our responses to difficult people, and life in general, reveal how well we commune with the Holy Spirit and have our security in Jesus Christ. Our responses may also be the best witness of Jesus that we have with the difficult person. So, we must do this rightly.
Whenever someone asks, “How are you doing?” the normal response nowadays is, “Busy…super busy.” And that busyness has become a staple and substitute in modern society for importance. The busier you the more important you must be.
Does your joy in Christ’s resurrection fade after Easter Sunday passes and when life’s struggles confront you? The joy over the empty tomb, and God’s power to make it so, is available 365 days a year! This is where our focus should be when we face trials and pain.
God wants the best for us. It’s just that we are hardwired because of sin to want our own timetable and selfish desires. If we could know what He knows, we would definitely choose to accept what he offers. But, we don’t.
If you’ve been a Christian long then you’ve been in the situation in which you know you need to question a brother in Christ, or else you’ve been the brother needing some correction. We’re discussing the truth we must hold fast to in regards to this tough situation.
This quote / excerpt is from Sinclair Ferguson’s book, “The Whole Christ” which looks at “The Marrow Controversy” from back in the day. This excerpt speaks to the sneaky way conditionalism can sneak into our thoughts on grace and salvation through Jesus and distorts our view of God’s character.
Although evangelism is commonly discussed by many church leaders, there is reason for concern if you pay close attention to how many are explaining it. Let’s look at three of the most common and crucial mistakes as seen by how so many well-meaning Christians actually share the gospel message.
How do you respond when you get good news from someone? What if that good news came from God and saved your life; what would you do with such a wonderful gift? Let’s talk about what this response would and should most likely be.
What if we were able to know the truth about God and how He relates to us? We looked at misconceptions about God being grumpy, as well as the undeniable truth that God is happy. So to wrap up, let’s get clear on how our righteousness before him actually works out.
The modern attitude toward women has been greatly improved in many ways in this country. However, while the so-called “Women’s Liberation Movement” has fought for and won key cultural battles for gender equality, we shouldn’t assume that it’s done the same for marriage.
We all get stuck in phone calls or conversations at work with people who take effort — a lot effort. Maybe they gossip, complain, or just go on and on. Often we want to take the easy way out, but we’re called to do better.
What if we were able to know the truth about God and how He relates to us? We finished looking at the misconceptions that lead us to believe God is grumpy, but now what if you’re told we serve an undeniably happy God? Even in our sin and his grief, he is happy.
We’re discussing the important topic of mentoring for this month’s #HoldFastChats! Join multiple contributing guys for live discussions and questions as we dig into this topic in an effort to be encouraging and practical for the good of each other!
“I want to say thank you… We love your child—our child—not because of what or who they are, but whose.” A powerful, personal, heartfelt look at the heart of an issue concerning God’s children. To the woman who allows her baby to be adopted, not aborted.
This is an amazing excerpt from the eloquent Leonard Ravenhill and his book, “Why Revival Tarries”, on the do-or-die importance of your prayer life as a Christian. Read this every day, if needed, to be reminded of your need to pray, every day!