Posts for tag #religions
On what basis do you decide what is key in your life? Do you then follow Christ, or your favorite concepts of Him? Jesus worked so often on the Sabbath – He also called Himself Lord of the Sabbath. How do you see that? What is your testimony to people? (Mt 12:5,8, Jn 5:8-24, 2Tim […]
God wishes to make much out of man. Much more than anything else.
He has no methods, but people.
(Psa 8:3-5; Acts 14:17, 17:28; 1Cor 13:11-13; Eph 4:13; Heb 2:5,16)
Religion brings hardness and burden into the lives of people. Many consider Christianity a religion, but it isn’t. Everything would burden us, but Christianity narrows it all down to just one thing – just one responsibility for us. So what is that one single thing?
(Eph 5:18, Gal 5:16, Ro 16:27, 1Tim 1:17, Psa 31:19, 2Tim 1:13-14)
The merciful samaritan’s parable – four kinds of meetings, the great meetings of our lives. What shall we do with each? (Lk 10:26-37)
This discussion was held in connection with the message Blessing through Humility & Keep Yourself in The Love of God! on October 18, 2015, Sunday.
Evil is not just a tragic event, but much more. Due of the presence of the Spirit of God, the evil one especially focuses on the believer. He always questions the character of God before the believer. Christians must know what evil is, and must be able to call it what it is. What Gospel […]
Conscience doesn’t lie. How are our decisions made, by what process do we get to them? Sin may block the flow of truth. (Col 1:10) The world has a faulty concept of sin. Yet sin is so real, it robs me and I must learn to deal with it. For that, I need to learn […]
We are so capable of being afraid – of anything really. God welcomes you as you are. His love is real, unchanging, but able to produce a change. (1Jo 4:18) Even though we would so like to get clear, specific orders, God isn’t going to pre-chew the food for you. Instead He carries you and […]
Whose life agrees with their life philosophy? The Word of God leads us to the God of the Bible. Between man and God we found Jesus and that we need to grow up into Him. Knowing Him is to worship.
Jesus had salt, He was anointed. You don’t eat the salt, you use it as a flavoring. If there is no salt, will the dust do? How about when you lose saltiness, how do you get it beack, where to find it? Saltiness will yield peace (Mk 9:49-50)