Is there a time when physical death will end?
Maybe it is time to ask ourselves – can Jesus look over to see us walking by His side, or does He turn around and beseech us to catch up?
We need to ask ourselves just what is meant in the Bible by the word “meek.”
Who will Jesus save? Those who have obeyed Him. Have you?
Continuation of last week's article
“It's amazing how modern scholars pick and choose what they deem as “accurate” from ancient texts. Anything they disagree with, they simply dismiss as inaccurate and untrue.”
The other day, I stumbled across a meme that epitomized a severe disconnect with the Biblical definition of love. Now granted, I believe I understand the intent of the message, and in some sense, actually agree with it. After all, we do err in thinking anything in the list above will do anyone any good [...]
The word "hate," much like the world "love," has taken on a variety of meanings in our modern culture. Common usages range from "I hate homework" and "I hate coffee," which is much more superficial, to "I hate (name)" or "I hate (group of people)," which are much more serious statements that reveal a serious need for the love of Christ.
Second part of last week's article by Chris James.