By nature, people are uncomfortable reflecting on life's hardest realities. Instead of dealing with our mortality, we often choose to focus on the fleeting pleasures of this world. In Ecclesiastes, Solomon shatters the illusion of self-sufficiency and invincibility, and it's our subject Monday on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
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 Through procastination, pride and desire for pleasure,through spiritual rebellion, they find God Himself has withdrawn His Holy Spirit, and they face eternal spiritual destruction.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 […]
In his definitive exposition of the end of the Gospel of John, Dr. Boice discusses our Lord's arrest, trial, crucifixion and resurrection in a step-by-step analysis. In this section of John's Gospel we see not only the message of Christ's triumph, but an indication of how we can triumph as well. In God's plan and […]