Death closes the door to the life we have lived, and ushers us into eternity. What then? Will we meet God? Yes! Will we meet Him at peace? That will depend on what we have done with the opportunities He gave us in this life.
What are the foundations of life upon which the righteous may build with confidence? In this sermon are five basic premises of the Christian faith, each one dependent upon the previous one. Satan attacks these five foundations, but they cannot be destroyed!
I asked because...well, you seem reluctant to talk about Jesus at work. If I ask you a question about your religion, you act embarrassed. Sometimes you get mad. You seem to enjoy off-color jokes. So, I am wondering: are you saved?
To whom does a citizen owe allegiance? How will he display his loyalty? What are the earmarks of those who declare themselves to be seekers of a better country?
So—you believe in God? How do you know that He is pleased with you? Is “being religious” what He wants of you? How do you know that you will be on the right side on Judgment Day?
To every person, life brings stresses, problems, difficulties and reverses. With them we all must cope. Where did they originate? How can the Christian learn to live with the problems of life and be at peace regardless?
A thoughtful look at what technology has brought to the world, the church, and the individual: some history, warnings, and encouragement for establishing accountability, with a view to keeping souls safe from the lethal potential of the technology we carry in our pockets.
What can you do when you pray, but get no answers? Can it be that God is asking you a question by His silence? Or could it be possible that you don’t hear the answer because you don’t know what to be listening for?