by Donna Kazenske What does the word “compromise” mean to you when we are referring to our Christian beliefs and Christian living? Did Jesus ever compromise the true gospel message in order to be accepted by those to whom He ministered or was He always challenging people to come up to a higher standard of […]
Guest Writer: Jeffrey Hagan Introduction: Everyone, believer or non-believer, wants to achieve happiness. There is nothing wrong with wanting to be happy as long as it is not our end all goal. Other than not having a relationship with Christ, the biggest thing that holds us back from accomplishing our dreams is, unfortunately, ourselves. We […]
Jesus said in Matthew 7:21-23,“Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day, ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your name, and done many […]
by Ken Alexander ”INTRODUCTION Man is a triune being (spirit, soul, body, 1 Thessalonians 5:23), just as God is a triune being (Father, Son, Holy Spirit). We will examine each aspect of natures below. However, we must realize from the outset that, although all humans have these natures, most of humanity is not living with […]
Are the things you think you want alluding you? It may be time to delight yourself in the Lord and allow God to give you the desires of your heart.
Let Jesus be your anchor
I think that the question isn’t should Christians meditate. I think that the question that remains in the mind of many Christians is “how” are we to meditate?
The problem with resolutions is that they’re only skin deep. You make a proclamation and then you use your willpower to try to fulfill it or make it happen. The Bible says that the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.
Jesus said that if you the faith of a mustard seed that you can tell this mountain to be cast into the sea and it must obey you. Many believers are living with mountains in their life that God wants to tear down. Often we see mountains as external forces that keep us from meeting our goals; however, many of the mountains we face our internal. These are mountains of fear, self-doubt, un-forgiveness, unbelief, and more.