Scripture tells us that Christianity is a journey from the carnal mind to the mind of Jesus Christ, and its ultimate goal is something called perfection. Can a converted Christian be carnal? And how can I ever hope to be perfect? The answers to these questions can be both sobering and encouraging. Given 01/26/2013 by Mr. David Johnson.
Would you like some instructions from Christ on how to handle the individual and collective challenges of the 21st century? He's already written them for us, and it relates to the theme for this Winter Family Weekend.
The theme of this Winter Family Weekend is "Pursue Righteousness". This Bible Study focuses on the complex, poetic nature of the book of Psalms and focuses on some of the depth of meaning in Psalm 1, one of the most familiar chapters in the book. (NOTE: Click the Transcript Download to get the PowerPoint file that accompanies the study.)
Many people claim to be Christian. But just what is Christianity? This sermon answers this question.
Many Sabbath-keepers have been troubled by this question: is is sin to eat in a restaurant on the Sabbath. This message provides a thorough biblical examination of the question.
The Apostle Paul told the young Timothy not to let anyone dispise his youth. How could Timothy impact whether or not people looked down on him because he was a younger man? The amazing answer lies in the incredible power of example. When we display godly principles in life, we can powerfully impact those younger, our own age and even those older than us.
Faith is an important part of any Christian's life and spiritual health. Jesus asked a poignant question while in the flesh, "Will He find faith on Earth" when He returns? It is vital that we maintain a robust faith in God and Jesus Christ as well as in their plan of salvation for humans.
Preaching the gospel continues to be a priority for God's people. Ancient Israel's reaction to having the gospel preached in the Old Testament should give us fair warning that it is not likely to be readily accepted by the majority in our modern nation either. Our job is the same as the prophets God sent in the Old Testament--preach God's Word. Some will respond and grow from it, but they will only be those with whom God is working.
There are different ways people believe we can show God we are grateful. Just what is God looking for from us?