Having an unwavering trust in the Lord means that we have no doubt the Lord will protect us from all harm.
Our Lord is patient, full of grace and mercy, but His longsuffering is not endless.
We are baptized because it is our duty as Christians to obey the commandments of Christ given to us in His word, the Bible. We are granted salvation of our sins but with the condition that we obey Christ in all things, just as God's promise of Canaan was conditional.
We often hear the question, is there a need for baptism, or is faith alone enough? Although argued many times by many people, we must turn to scripture to truly find an answer to this question.
Are the kingdom of God and His righteousness first in your life?
We often hear the phrase “God works in mysterious ways.” This often true, but sometimes we must study the scriptures to have these “ways” come to light.
If, God forbid, I got on this plane in two days, and it crashed, and I died, where would my final destination be?
The idea that church attendance is not very important would have seemed strange to the early Christians. Acts 2 shows us that the church met in some form every day, which resulted in an explosive growth of the church. Maybe the church is not growing in our day as it was then because people aren't as devoted to worship and study as they were.