Just exactly what are imaginations and what does the Bible say about them? Our thought life must be pure if we wish to see God. How do we harness our imaginations for God's glory?
When the big, bad, and nasty happens in society around him, how does the Christian respond? What is the Gospel standard that helps him know how to deal with political unrest? He operates under a Royal Law that will define his actions and reactions, helping to prepare others for a Better World.
In this Issue: Why All the Anger?, The Godly Man’s Role and Influence, Peer Pressure Insecurities, Is it Possible to Lose Your Salvation?, God—The First (and Last) Cause, CEO's in the Church?, and more.
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
Where did this term originate? What is the poison? Who puts it in the well? And finally, the most important question: how can the poison be eliminated so that the well will once more be safe?