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 [...]
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.
When the average person says they are witnessing, what they probably mean is that they are trying to reach out to people, hand out tracts, invite people to church, etc.
We clearly see God’s desire for faithful Christians to contribute to His plan for all men to be saved. We have a greater responsibility than to merely sit back and wait for men to pick up, read, and follow the Bible.
The church gets dangerously close to falling when well-intentioned social activities crowd the more important tasks of Bible study, evangelism, burden-bearing and worship.
"But also for this very reason, giving all diligence, add to your faith . . . brotherly kindness" (2 Peter 1:5,7). I never had a brother by blood. The closest I've come would be some of my college roommates - Drew, Casey, Reese, and Jeffrey. Of course, we could get under each other's skin like [...]
We must use our time, talents and treasures to fulfill the ministry of evangelizing