So you are finding yourself in deep water, and counseling has been suggested as a solution. How will you know whether you need to be counseled? How will you find a Biblical counselor? What are some dangers you should be aware of? The help you need may be nearer than you first thought.
"Flee idolatry", the Apostle Paul wrote long ago. Can we recognize what idolatry looks like today? And once we recognize what it is that is filling the place of GOD in our lives, do we know how to flee from it?
When a mother is NOT joyful, her children don't want to be around her, and neither does her husband. This sermon will help to identify joy-stealers, and better yet, offers Biblical solutions so that she may indeed become "a joyful mother of children" Psalm 113:9
Heart-keeping is a personal discipline that must last a lifetime. How do we keep our hearts, from which all life springs? With diligence, focus, perseverance, and by pondering the path of our feet.
So...we say we are citizens of the Heavenly Kingdom. How much should we be involved with the affairs that govern this country? Is it okay to have a favored political candidate? Do we have rights? A look at examples and explicit commands from the Bible to help us live as citizens of a Better World.
Fatherhood is a choice, not an accident. It is not a job for the faint of heart. Like Noah of old, fathers are called by God to make safe places for themselves, their homes, and the church/school---physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Noah shows fathers how to find grace in the eyes of God.
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.
No matter which role you find yourself filling in the family - the prodigal failure or the faultless older brother - you will be challenged as you listen to this discourse on a familiar Bible story.
There is no way we can say with certainty how God judges those who commit suicide, but we know that God values life. This sermon looks at suicide examples in the Bible and some things these men had in common. We need to think right thoughts to reap right actions.
Does this title seem to be an oxymoron? If worldliness is enmity with God, how can there be such a thing? If Christians are placed in the world to do God's work, how shall they relate to the world? Worldliness explained, four danger areas noted, and five helps given for the other-worldly Christian