"Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me, but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea."
As Christians running the race of life, we’re blessed to be a part of an invisible assembly—the body of Christ worldwide. It’s vital to understand the body of Christ and our part in it, because God designed His church to work together.
How should the body of Christ take care of each other? According to Acts chapter 2, we're designed to demonstrate our love for Jesus through acts of compassion and generosity. Alistair Begg calls this one of Seven Marks of an Effective Church. Listen this weekend to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg!
Imagine getting everything you want . . . lots of money, great health, an adoring family, and that job you’ve always dreamed about? Is that a recipe for the good life . . . the complete opposite . . . or maybe both?
There is a point a person may pass, beyond which they can neverbe saved. Through procastination, pride and desire for pleasure,through spiritual rebellion, they find God Himself has withdrawn His Holy Spirit, and they face eternal spiritual destruction.
Ephesians 6:10-13 - The danger of bringing the worldly into the Church; worldliness; a state in which we are governed by the mind and outlook of the world; the cares of the world and the Christian life; avoiding worldliness; use; but not abuse; care needed when ministering to the opposite sex; a warning; war against the […]
Grace is truly amazing, and yet it seems that, over time, grace loses its ability to enthrall. And after many years, amazing grace can even seem like boring grace. On The Bible Study Hour, Dr. James Boice explains that grace can only be amazing when viewed against the dark background of sin.