From the beginning, the issue has been—who will believe God. Examples from the Bible reveal that very few people have the kind of faith to believe God. Will we be one of the exceptions who actually do believe God?
“Woe” expresses a dire warning to the people to whom it is pronounced in the Bible. The book of Isaiah contains a series of six woes, or warnings, to a variety of people and nations. What can we learn from them? What will be the ultimate prophetic outcome?
God’s Word Misunderstood
What are some of the most popular verses in the Bible people share and quote from the most, and how can we really understand what these verses mean so we can apply them in our lives?
Submit to Whom?
The Bible is clear that we must bring ourselves in submission to the Father and the Son. But is there more to whom we should be submissive to? Interestingly, the Bible is very explicit that we should submit to our fellow human beings, but how is this supposed to work?
Submit to God
We as Christians must learn how we are to submit our lives over to God. It is a constant challenge that we must be aware of and willing to put constant effort into!
Bible Gem, Part 2
The second sermon in this two-part series continues to review advice and admonitions from the Book of Proverbs and other books in the Bible. In each sermon, ten areas are reviewed, and when the advice given is implemented, good outcomes are the end product.
Bible Gems, Part 1
In this first of a two-part series on “Bible Gems,” the Book of Proverbs is used to show us how to act, behave, and make decisions for virtually any situation. Both wisdom and foolishness are addressed to show right from wrong and how we can make those decisions which can best assist us at this time and in the way that God approves.
What Are You Thinking About?
We think about all kinds of various things on a daily basis but controlling what we think about, especially when it’s negative, can be challenging. How do we limit our negative thoughts and instead focus on the positive that will bring about good fruit?
The Biblical View on World Developments—Comments on News and Prophecy, January 14, 2023
We discuss the burden of sin; the election of Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House and Donald Trump’s involvement; whether there are any biblical exceptions for abortion; the biblical teaching on paying taxes; TSA’s extension of Corona vax mandates for tourists; serious suspected cases of corona vaccination complications in Germany; constitutional restrictions in Ukraine; discrimination; and biblical prophecies showing that the third temple will be built on the Temple Mount.
Good Intentions for 2023
Let us look at our lives sincerely and honestly; let us examine ourselves and see where we need improvement. Ignoring certain areas of weakness and shortcoming does not bring results; instead, we must take up the fight. Good intentions are important, but they must be put into action.