One day we will sit at his table in our glorified bodies, clothed in fine linen, bright and pure, and we will see Christ bodily with our physical eyes.
While I certainly agree that we should provide programs and resources that appeal to children, teens, and young adults alike, I do not agree, on principle, that the Bible needs to be changed to be “relevant.”
And as Christians watching life unfold, we don’t get stressed because we know the ending. We know that good eventually conquers evil.
Offensive though it may be, we must never waver in our testimony to this world — that Jesus saves from death and damnation in Hell.
The Southern Baptists’ ‘pastor’ controversy: A study in terminology’s pitfalls and their consequences
What is the controversy roiling Southern Baptists concerning the term “pastor” all about? Is it a major doctrinal disagreement or is it merely a “tempest in a teapot,” unworthy of the heat it has generated? And why, in the larger scheme of things, does it matter?
That worship expressive involves the intellect as well as the emotion, which is why worship is much more than the music selected for a service. Sadly, much of church today involves mindless delivery and rote participation that does not bring a person before the throne of God.
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I admit it: I’m pleading with church leaders with this post. I’m pleading on behalf of 19 million people in the United States.
Milei has broken the socialists’ backs and just inserted a new political paradigm in Latin America: “¡Libertad!”
What a glorious truth that we have access through Jesus to the very presence of God, to the holiest place, and not only that, but God in this Psalm has called us to enter there to give Him thanks.
If God can bring down Haman, surely He can bring down Hamas. And He will.
Standing for Israel’s right to exist is essential on many fronts. The foundation of Western civilization originates in Israel.
Inflation has hurt our family. We have very little money to spend on Christmas gifts this year. I am tempted but decided to skip all the Black Friday madness this year. My husband and I discussed using our credit cards for Christmas gifts, but he said no way. Haven’t you offered tips for ways to celebrate without spending money?
Tanner Cross’ story is a powerful reminder that courage doesn’t need a crowd. It just needs someone with conviction.
Agape love is neither always affirming nor does it just accept the status quo as inevitable. Yet, it is always clothed in patience, kindness, humility, selflessness, and forgiveness.