The sin of Adam is recorded in the book of Genesis. There has been much debate throughout the history of the Church, as to what effect, if any, Adam's sin had on humanity. In this article, we will discuss the idea that the Fall had no effect upon humanity.
This article is a reflection on a Bible passage found in 1 Samuel 26. The Principle of Delayed Gratification is explained briefly. The article relates how challenges can complement success in life and how choices reveal a person's character and perspective about success.
Music has been integral to Christian worship since Biblical times. Its importance stems from its role as a medium of praise and worship, its sacrificial properties, and its ability to significantly alter emotions.
Proverbs 3:5-6 give us specific instructions on how to find the right path for our lives. We learn both what to do and what not to do.
The Old Testament has some important lessons for life. Ecclesiastes is an important book to read and think about.
The Five Finger Prayer is a good way to teach children to pray. Some adults could use that method as well.
Here are fifteen quotes from Paul’s letters to the Ephesians, the Philippians, the Colossians and Philemon which can bring encouragement to those who are still imprisoned literally or otherwise.
God chose a man to be the king of a great nation. But he strayed from where God desired him to be. This is a study about where he went wrong and what we can do right to avoid it.
The Creation Story in Genesis 1 is one of the most recognizable passages in the Bible. It is told in Sunday school and illustrated in picture books. But is the story of Creation important for understanding the rest of the Bible? (Part One)
Alex reviews and analyzes in great depth the exciting one chapter book in the histories of the Native American peoples as has been described in some detail within the collection of works which is called 'The Book of Mormon'.
As they say, everything takes time. So we have to be patient. And while waiting, let us improve our character, our relationship, and ourselves; so that God's blessings can freely flow in us and we can also pour it out to others.
In the garden of Gethsemane Jesus suffered unimaginable agony, sorrow, and anxiety. He wrestled with yielding to God's will. His first drops of blood were shed there. And the disciples slept through their own battle.
1 John 4:8 - "Beloved, let us love one another . . . he who does not love does not know God, for God is love."
There are five good reasons to stop telling ourselves and other victims of suffering that God will never give us more than we can bear. Our well-intentioned message could be faulty and damaging.