Rarely do we hear a message, worship service, or prayer where someone is not giving all honor and praise to Jesus the Son instead of God the Father.
Forgiveness is a subject that is often poorly taught. We tend to take it as something simple. But by understanding the complexities of forgiveness, we can then find ourselves walking closer with God and one another.
One of the messages I heard as a teen is that we are born sinners. If we don’t know the truth about sin, we run a very serious risk of not being ready when the Lord Jesus returns.
I am writing this article as something to consider or think about. I find myself often thinking of the ‘why’ something is. Why are we called Christians?
Faith. What does that word mean? What does it mean to have faith? How do we acquire it, use it, maximize it for our good?
Today, under the New Testament, we live in a different dispensation. How do many of those promises and blessings spoken under the former apply to this dispensation?
Many years ago, a new term began making it rounds in the Church World called ‘Church Hurt’. What is Church Hurt? How does it apply to me, and what can be done about it?