These devotionals explore the identity of Jesus Christ: The Angel of the LORD, the Word of God, The Brightness of God's Glory, the Son of God, and He Who Lives Forevermore. The devotionals are intended to be used for personal devotions or for group Bible studies.
The Christian faith is established on divine purity. This purity is the love of God. The love of God seeks no merit and no works can appease it. Satan has marred our society and his influence has caused the joy of Christian’s salvation turns to sorrow.
With all occurring these days, this article is to share with others the benefit of reading Psalms. It is the best way to be consistent during trouble times. A creative journeying way to grow closer to God, and as you read, you will learn how God available for the helpless person who calls on Him.
The Word of God manifests itself in three ways. They are 1. The Spoken word of God. 2. The written word of God. 3. The Incarnate Word of God. In this work, the three will be exposed and we will try to establish that this is the same word manifesting in different ways yet one.
The Bible has often been attacked on the basis that it is not true. The Old Testament and archeology has done a lot to disprove this view.
“The king's heart is in the hand of the LORD, as the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will.” (Pro 21:1)
In II Timothy 2 Paul, who is in jail and about to be killed for the preaching of the gospel is using this last letter to write to his son in the faith, Timothy, encouraging him to remain faithful to his job of preaching the gospel. He wants him to remain committed and not swayed by the world.
A pastor responds to "The Real Jesus Christ" documentary by Timeline, which theorizes that the Christianity of Paul and the Christianity of James are not the same.
Five devotionals explore qualities of God: righteousness, holiness, justice, mercy, and love. The devotionals include questions for reflection and prayer prompts. The devotionals can be used for your personal devotions or for group Bible studies.
Each of the six devotionals focuses on some of the most basic attributes of God: that He is eternal, immutabe, all-powerful, a spirit, sovereign, and complex. The devotionals include questions for reflection and prayer prompts. You can use them for your own personal devotions, or for a group Bible.
Paul, the Apostle, is in prison putting his affairs in order before he is executed by the Roman government. While in prison he writes to his son in the faith, Timothy, and gives him instructions on how he should live and minister after the apostle is gone. These are the final words Paul writes.
“Then saith he unto his disciples, the harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few.” (Mat 9:37)
Christianity has a robust and rich history that continues beyond the end of the Book of Revelations. There is so much history which has shaped and molded what we believe today, and is worth exploring. Unfortunately Christian history has been often removed from the church and into the classroom.
The Old Testament illustrates perfectly the need to not only hear God's voice but also to do what he says. After all he knows best!
Christ adjures us to forgive those who have sinned against us, and not only to forgive, but to forget the transgression as well. Forgiving is not truly forgiving when one purposely refuses to forget. This kind of forgiveness leads to bitterness and a strained relationship with God and others.
Guardian Angels and Their Warnings Through Constantly Repeating Numbers.