If you answer that question in the affirmative, your belief will move you to action. You cannot study the Holy Scriptures and remain unchanged! Regardless of your condition—sinner or saint—you will change.
Is God interested in the state of my health? Does sickness indicate that a person is not pleasing Him? Even though we have faith to be healed of physical ailments, He may choose to not restore health; but we may depend upon Him for spiritual healing, always.
Some truths, kindly pointed out and explained, to the person comfortable in the thought that sincerity is what counts. Salvation is NOT dependent upon sincerity, and it is a world of difference--in fact, an eternity of difference!--what a person believes about the Lord Jesus Christ.
The Word of God is like a mirror. It presents a correct and complete description of the face of the soul. To benefit from this mirror we must spend time looking into it and then act on what we see. Or as the Bible says, be doer and not only a listener.
We don't like to think about growing old. But man’s mortality rate is 100%. And after death comes judgment. That’s reality, whether or not we try to duck it. Do you want to know what God says about it?
The theory of evolution was developed at a time when scientists knew very little about life. Scientific findings, like DNA, prove conclusively that life came into being by distinct design. Without DNA there is no life. The theory of evolution stops short at the DNA molecule.
Are family devotions important? Do they have anything to do with the well-being of our families? Are there ways in which we can make our family devotions interesting and relevant to our children? What are your family devotions like?
The 32nd Psalm is a joyful testimony from the pen of David, thanking God for His gift of forgiveness. No sin is too big for God to forgive and the joy and relief of knowing that nothing is between you and God is beyond description.
Sooner or later in life every person will face some very important questions. Many will agree that question number one should be, “What must I do to be saved?" not whom will I marry or what career do I want. Since salvation is what matters most there are five things you ought to know about it.
When we pray we want answers. While answered prayer should be the normal experience for Christians, it remains a fact that many times we fail to get the answer we beg for. Sometimes this is because there are certain hindrances that cause God to withhold the request we ask.
A neglected subject in many churches today is the personality, activity, and power of the devil. The devil is a dangerous character and since he is our enemy we need to know about him and the ways he tries to us.
God has given us but a short time here upon earth, and yet our entire eternity depends upon how we use this time.Young people, and older folks too, have many temptations to face in our age. We want to look at five of them and see what God’s Word has to say concerning each one.