If Jesus was holy, what was there about Him that attracted the publicans and sinners? How can those who follow the pure and holy Christ relate to an immoral and degenerate world? Can Christians share His love in a love that draws sinners toward the Savior without becoming contaminated themselves?
Can a person choose which spirit will control him? Can anything be done to change the effects of a sinful ancestor on his descendants? Is there any hope for freedom from the bondage of sin? Learn what the Bible has to say about spirit possession and generational iniquity as you listen.
If the Holy Spirit is living in a person, how will He show His presence? By signs and wonders? By victory over sinful habits? By speaking in tongues? By making God-honoring decisions? A look at how the Holy Spirit works in the life of a believer today.
Unrighteous anger is a wound that must be healed, lest others be hurt. In surrendering our wills to God, healing comes. But God cannot and will not force us to surrender our wills. A thought-provoking sermon especially directed to parents
This sounds like it will be hard to do! Do you suppose it would be easier….if we knew that we possessed something of incomparable value that no one can spoil? …if we believed that we have a personal and powerful Friend who will settle all scores fairly someday?
Young Christian women are bombarded with contemporary views on beauty, modesty and chastity. However, the young woman who is committed to Christ will allow God to define true beauty and right conduct.
A look at Anabaptist groups of the past, and their economies, followed by an exposition on what the Bible teaches about wealth. They used the Word of God for their guide in the matters of wealth and possessions: do we??
Do you wish you knew how to show a bereaved friend that you care about their heart-deep anguish? From the depths of personal grief, experienced when death snatched two of his sons, David suggests ways to share the sorrow of those who mourn, including some advice on what not to do and say.
We all have a dress code, developed either by design—or default. The Bible gives an objective standard by which to define modesty. No surprise, because the Author of the Bible was the Originator and Designer of clothing.
How does the Christian decide what is right? What is wrong? Those who accept the Word of God as their moral code will live the safest and surest. Take Christ for your pattern and say, “I’m going to do as He did.”