If we have not obeyed in the way God has instructed, can we expect to receive what God has promised?
These are some of the verses that can bring out the fight in me in a good way. They remind me that I have something to fight for. That there is not only a right way to share the gospel, but a wrong way.
It’s interesting how men become what they criticize when it suits their purpose; how they can rationalize that it’s okay for them to do it but not someone else.
A Christian enters a place of worship. What does he see? Not teaching, not singing, but a country club full of those who have found opportunity to satisfy their desires for recreation.
Have you ever been embarrassed of your association with a certain person or group? Why?
The sower sows his seed, Hoping to produce a good crop, But it doesn’t happen that way, Most of them will flop.
There are those people that come into our lives that are a reminder that God's word still finds good ground.
When you learn something of great significance or have become aware of it, your sensitivity to others' ignorance can become like a magnifying glass causing insensitivity. Enlightenment must come with increased patience for the blindness of which you once bore. And a servant of the Lord must not quarrel but be gentle to all, able … Continue reading Enlightenment + Patience
Oh Baptism, with so many conflicting teachings, where can I find your proof for truth? Tradition or conviction? “He who believes and is baptized will be saved...” Mark 16:16 Sprinkle or immerse? Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death... Romans 6:4 Remission or gesture? “Repent, and let every one of you be … Continue reading Baptism’s Truth
The older I get it seems the most important things become clearer while the least important, which had once seemed so black-and-white, have become foggy. Now I make known to you, brethren, the gospel which I preached to you, which also you received, in which also you stand, by which also you are saved, if … Continue reading Clearer and Foggy