May 22nd 2017
The Bible is very clear about a society knowing its history. The way a people view and understand their history eventually affects the way those people will behave.
May 5th 2017
The ultimate objective of prayer is God’s glory. The basis of our appeal during prayer is solely upon the grace of God. What most Christians have not studied out is that our prayers actually activate action within the heavenlies, within the unseen realm. A careful study of the first 23 verses of Daniel 9 will provide the Chrisitian keen insight:
April 20th 2017
The doctrine of total depravity is the acknowledgement that the Bible teaches that, as a result of the fall of man (Genesis 3:6), every part of man—his mind, his emotions, his will, and his flesh—has been corrupted by sin. Total depravity is a label that is used to summarize what the Bible teaches about the spiritual condition of fallen man. Within the Calvinists’ TULIP, the acronym commonly used to describe what are known as the five points of Calvinism (the doctrines of grace), the “T” is where we find “total depravity”.
April 13th 2017
A Christian should recognize that there is victory available to him or her at all times and that is because a Believer can never get into a temptation that he or she cannot get out of. The apostle Paul explains that no temptation has overtaken you but such as is common to man:
March 18th 2017
God’s grace (Gr: charis (χάρις), Stong’s G5485) is His active favor, bestowing His greatest gift upon those who deserve His greatest punishment.
March 6th 2017
The Jews of Jesus’ day were expecting a sign. A sign was an indication to them that the Lord (Yahweh) was dealing with them in a particular manner. A sign meant a signal, a beacon, a monument, an omen, a token, or an evidential miracle.
February 21st 2017
What does it mean when Scripture encourages the Christian to “take every thought captive to Christ” in 2 Corinthians 10? Is this just a catchy Christian slogan, a command from the Apostle Paul to use a “Christ filter” applied against every thought we have, or is there something much more profound, yet neglected by the Church in the 21st century, that is found within the context?