How do we explain what happened in the book of Acts? Or in the biographies of those from the past like George Whitefield?
God has made promises to us and He who has made them always fulfills those promises. Now here is the question...
So we must know our Bible's so that it won't be said of us “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge;"
To deny a doctrine or alter the work or person of Jesus Christ is to attack Christ and to deny the true Christ of the Bible.
God's wrath against sin goes beyond our ability to describe, and yet how much more does His love...
When it comes to interacting with lost family members there is no pre-prepared formula to follow.
God does not intend for the Christian to always approach everything they do from a negative perspective by asking, "What's wrong with that?!"
But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin.
To be walking in darkness does not just mean that you are living in scandalous sins, but it means your life is not regulated by the Word of God.
Christ offers a peace that He earned for us and that is beyond any form of peace this world offers, it is to have peace with God.
It is right that doctrine divides us from those who "do not abide in the teaching of Christ,"
What do you want more than anything else: Money? Fame? A godly spouse? Or to just walk and commune with the Lord at your side?
It would be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than it would be for someone to pass through to heaven with a shred of self-righteousness upon them.
So often Christians think "I've got to have a ministry", but do you know what ministry means?
Jesus Christ has taken the nature of humanity upon Himself forever. That He might be a high priest forever, to make intercession for us forever.
Christian love does not undervalue or disregard natural family ties with lost family members.