Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. I have sworn and confirmed that I will keep Your righteous judgments. Psalm 119:105-106 God’s Law is there to protect us and to give us direction in our lives. They are guidelines in how to walk rightly and not as restrictions or prohibitions of what we... Read more »
There may be the pleasure of sin for a season but eventually it leads to destruction and death. Flashbacks can occur mentally, while emotionally there is guilt and shame along with fear of failure or punishment. Physically we may bring bodily harm to ourselves such as a sexual addict gaining a VD or a cutter struggling with depression and harming... Read more »
He made Him who knew know sin to be sin on our behalf, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him. 2 Corinthians 5:21 You have been justified by what Christ Jesus did on the cross of Calvary. He bore the sin of the world so that a way could be made for wretched sinful men to stand... Read more »
I just read a terrific article tonight posted at galatiansc4v16 regarding liberalism in our churches today. For those of you who need a wonderful way to explain this prevalent mindset to others, feel free to share the link. The article was originally found on The Christian Research Institute website and is now off line for some reason or another, otherwise... Read more »
Recently I’ve wondered what would be the best way to confront a friend or family member regarding their belief in a false doctrine or line of Chrsitian thought such as being involved in the word of faith or purpose-driven movements. Sometimes lovingly bringing up issues like these can be difficult to address if you don’t approch it in the correct manner.... Read more »
To continue from yesterday, I think that Todd and his guests on Way of the Master Radio use effective illustrations when witnessing to unbelievers. Parabolic stories can really assist in helping people see their need for Christ as their Savior and Lord. I think we do need to be careful to explain the meaning of an illustration to most hearers... Read more »
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