If you are a “God and country” Christian, this message may seem strange to you. Kai assumes a conflict between God and country, and goes on to speak to what unrivaled loyalty to God’s kingdom can really mean.
God told the Israelites not to go back to Egypt. But the things the Egyptians offered to Israel looked inviting. God doesn't want us to live in sin. But sometimes the things satan has to offer are tempting. How do I stay out of Egypt (sin)? How do I come back to God after living in sin?
What should be done with lapses in moral purity, the proverbial “skeletons in the closet”? The shame associated with such sin has a remedy; there is victory for the fallen and cleansing for the filthy. Learn 4 mileposts on the road to victory over sexual sins, then "go, and sin no more!"
Bitterness not only ruins relationships with others; our own lives can self-destruct through unresolved bitterness in our own hearts. God has answers for bitterness—answers that restore both your heart and your love for others to His beauty.
Psalm 32 was written after a very dark time in David's life. His sin of lust, his adultery with Bathsheba, and his murder of Uriah, left him feeling dark, sad, empty, and dry. Listen to this recording to learn how we can find peace through Faith, Forgiveness, and Obedience.
Psalm 14:1 states that "The fool hath said in his heart, there is no God." Denial of God’s existence is fundamental to popular views of creation, the fall of man, and redemption. In cultures of unbelief, is there still wisdom in choosing faith?
The nurse was businesslike, yet nice in a “we would like to have your money” sort of way. “Don’t worry about a thing,” she said. “The baby isn’t even formed yet, and the uterus contains only some bloody material.”
Peter's life brought him to two life-changing charcoal fires—one where he denied Jesus, and the one where he found forgiveness and renewal. Explore the nature of denial, and Jesus ministry of restoring and recommissioning the fallen.