The church at Corinth was established by Paul on his second missionary journey. The book of 1 Corinthians gives us a good picture of the life of the early church. It deals with Christian conduct. It is essentially an epistle of correction.
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.
To whom do all lives matter? To God, Who created each human life with a soul, in His own likeness, for a purpose. And all lives should matter to Christians, too. The beliefs they hold will affect their attitudes toward abortion, suicide, euthanasia, safety issues, and more--because all lives matter!
Championing a Faith That Works Anabaptist Voice is published quarterly and seeks to interpret Bible truth in a simple childlike way, and to apply Bible teaching to the lives of living saints in a practical manner.
“If a man die, shall he live again?” Job asked this question for every living man. The answer is “Yes!” The grave is not the end, and because it is not, we need to plan for what is beyond the end of life.
Coronavirus! What can I do to prepare? Should I be alarmed? Preparation is always wise. Have you prepared your heart for coronavirus? Have you prepared your heart spiritually? “Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts; and let him return unto the Lord"
If human life is created by God, in His own likeness, it must be highly valued. Since God is the author of life, it is His prerogative to decide the beginning and the ending of it. We accept His standard as our own and protect the precious lives He has placed in our care.
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.
Death is a result of sin; and it is an enemy we all face. Medical science and health advocates are continually seeking ways to prolong life and delay the process of death. They would like to destroy death. But death is all inclusive and certain. It does not miss anyone. What can we do?