Category: Questions & Answers
Tim responds to a question about what "Looking to Christ", "Being satisfied in Christ", and other terms mean.
Though they can be very helpful, Internet sermons are not an adequate substitute for meeting together with God's people.
Is it OK for professing Christians to use curse words or listen to music with profanity in it?
Do the Scriptures explicitly command the church to sing from the book of Psalms and only the Psalms?
Carnal logic is ever so prevalent where men begin to talk about where sin came from.
You cannot say "Jesus is right for you, but not for me." There is no such thing as relativism.
Is water baptism a requirement to obtain salvation?
What do we do when we encounter something in the Scriptures that we don't immediately understand?
One of the tests of assurance in a persons life is how do they act when nobody is watching.
Many times people hear about the necessity to bear fruit, but some people may respond by trying harder in their own strength.
When it comes to good fruit in a person's life it is not so much about what they don't do as it is about what they are doing.
Tim talks about the permanence, semi-permanence, permissive views on divorce and remarriage, and explains which one of these he holds to and why.
Why would God make us, knowing that we were going to sin?
Would someone still go to hell if he tells a small lie to someone, 5 minutes before Jesus returns?
Is it right or is it wrong for professing Christian hip hop artists to pair up with secular hip hop singers in an attempt to reach a broader audience with the gospel?