While we need to take responsibilities for our own actions, make no mistake, the Bible clearly reveals Satan’s affairs against man… and he does it oh, so subtly.
A walk through the gospel of John reveals a major theme of the gospel: that Jesus is the life saving “light of the world”.
The highly sensitive subject matter of “corporal punishment” leaves much to be desired in today’s society. God’s word however, not society, tells us how to “drive foolishness from your child.”
“Loving God” with our lips does not reveal our hearts like our treasure.
It’s when we take a look inside that we truly reveal what is most valuable.
A common discussion (and often debated matter) is “grace vs. works.”
For some it is one or the other. Is that what the Bible reveals?
Every person’s life is chronicled with events that highlight their lives. What many do not realize is that every life is part of God’s history, which reveals His desire for all to be saved. Genesis 50:19-20
In “pointing to Jesus” the Old Testament is full of shadows and figures. One of them is the Nazarite vow which reveals the true and total commitment to God. Sounds like the life of a faithful Christian!
April 28, 2013 by Mitch
Filed under Blog, Sermons, Sermons on Christian Living, Sermons on Meekness & Humility, Sermons on Relationships, Sermons on Societal Issues, Sermons on Spiritual Maturity, Sermons on the Bible & Authority
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There are aspects of baptism that some Christians still need to learn AFTER they have been baptized so that God is fully glorified.