Immediately upon creation, man was given work to do. It has been this way ever since.
God’s glory is always associated with the salvation of man through Christ. Concerning the Savior born in the city of David, the angelic hosts say, “Glory to God in the highest, peace on earth, good will toward man” (Luke 2:10-14). John records, “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, (and we beheld His [...]
Jesus Christ is Lord. John speaks of one coming who is “mightier than he, whose shoes he is not worthy to bear.” God forbid that we should glory except in the cross of Jesus.
There are many advantages to recognizing the authority of Christ.
Is there a time when physical death will end?
Why do we wait? Christ is not a task to be worked in at some convenient period of life. He’s real, and everyone desperately needs Him now.
In worshipping the Lord, serving others, leading our families, and sharing the gospel, we must keep direct attention on things above. Here are a few questions which can help us.
One thing we do know – the Lord provides assurance as we move forward.
Thinking and meditating on all the Lord has done and is doing for all of us gets us ready to pour out praise to Him from whom all blessings flow.
Our number one, overriding thought is bringing other people to Christ.