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As Christians, we should talk about life after death and Heaven and Hell because the Bible does. And if we really believe there is an afterlife and a final judgment, if we really believe that we will be held accountable for things that we say and do, then it will affect the way we live.
Imagine what could be if the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ is what we proclaimed to everyone. Imagine what could be if grace drove our entire lives and if it’s what we wished for each and every person.
We need to cling to Him and let Him be our refuge because He’s more than capable of being our shelter in every storm. He’s our safe place, no matter how crazy and unstable our world becomes.
The story of God meeting with Gideon ignites a fire of faith within me to be used by God to powerfully impact the earth. Gideon exemplifies the truth that God anoints all he appoints. He will perfectly equip and empower you to accomplish whatever task he has set before you.
At the moment of salvation, we are transferred from the reign of darkness to the bright authority of Jesus.
There is something wrong in our lives when we need an image or an icon to worship God. We must understand that God forbids this.
We can trust God to bless our time of rest and make us effective when we return work.
The Scriptures make it clear that believers in Christ are to be on our guard because the enemy is against God, so He, too, will attack the Father’s children. We are part of a spiritual battle that many days we wake up forgetting is going on. When our lives are consumed with the temporary, we forget the eternal.
After reading Paul’s words in Ephesians, I changed my prayers for the lost souls from “please save _______” to asking the Lord to open their eyes and hearts to receive the Gospel.
It’s easy to get so wrapped up in the fleeting cares and problems of this life and forget how perfect and never-ending the next life will be.
A godly accountability partner can help you enjoy privilege without abusing it.
We cannot say something is true because we experienced it. Rather, we should say we know something is true because we find it in Scripture, which verifies our experience.
As with any fruit, we won’t see it and enjoy it right away.
Self-discipline can be defined as putting into practice gentleness and patience. It’s applying biblical wisdom to our lives. It’s allowing the Holy Spirit to transform us.
The world is looking for love. Love sets us free from the bonds of worldliness. Love empowers us to live for heaven over the pursuits of the world. And it’s love that will draw the lost into the fold of God.
Because of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, He tore the veil that separated sinful man from the Holy and Righteous One; Jesus made a way for me to approach God as my Father. What a beautifully life-changing truth!
The word blasphemy speaks of a conscious denouncing and rejection of God. It is a defiant irreverence, a uniquely terrible sin of intentionally and openly speaking evil against God.
How can we love the sinner in our midst? We start with humbly remembering the grace we received from God for our own transgressions.
Although He allowed tragedy to strike, He never left me forsaken.
When we practice these two commands, a beautiful cycle begins. Trusting the Lord makes obedience easier, and obedience produces ever-increasing trust.