Sept 12, 2021
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I’ve understood that fasting is an important part of the Christian life. However, I’ve always wondered why.Keep Reading
We don't acquire the characteristics of a mature disciple simply by gaining Bible knowledge. In order to grow to Christian maturity, we also have to spend time with people who are spiritually mature themselves, observing their life and having formative conversations with them on a regular basis.Keep Reading
God calls every Christian to live like a missionary right where they are.
The revelation to the believer that God is his Father is in a sense the climax of the Bible, just as it was a final step in the revelatory process which the Bible records.
How can people know the gospel’s true? How can people know that Jesus really came from God and died for our sins and rose again from the dead? It’s by the way that gospel message changes us as followers of Jesus.
In John 16:33, Jesus states, “I have overcome the world.” Victory has been won…right? In one sense, yes, but in another sense, not quite yet.
In John 15:13, Jesus states, “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” In other words, the greatest love is the love that gives the most. The more you’re willing to give for somebody, the more you love them. Loving involves giving
Many Christians have never learned to push through the initial sluggishness they feel and lay hold of Christ on a daily basis.
1 John 4:11 is a verse that’s incredibly simple to comprehend, but don’t let its simplicity fool you. It has the potential to fundamentally change your relationships. It says, “Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.”