Topics: Forgiveness Repentance
The world cannot change someone who is a born again believer in Jesus Christ, but we are to help change the world through our testimony that Christ is in us, because we are forgiven [ read more... ]
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Topics: Baptism Salvation Encouragement Spiritual Growth Faith Repentance Getting To Know Him
As I stand here today, I can tell you that that one single decision that I made over 30 years ago was the greatest decision of my life. [ read more... ]
1 Corinthians 15:1-8
Topics: Salvation The Cross Forgiveness Easter/Passover Repentance Crucifixion Getting To Know Him
Unlike the characters we have selected to represent many of our holidays, Jesus Christ is real. He is not some figment of our imagination, a cute fairy tale story, or just some great teacher of the past. But He is real, and He is powerful, and He is working among us even now! [ read more... ]
1 John 1:9-9
Forgiveness is the miracle of a new beginning. It is to start where we are, not where we wish we were, or the other person was. It is to hold out a hand; to want to renew a friendship; to want a new relationship with husband, father, daughter, friend, or indeed enemy. It may not take away the hurt.It does not deny the past injury. It does not ignore the possibility and need for repentance and a change in the relationship. It means being willing to take the initiative in dealing with any barriers that I may be raising towards a restored relationship. [ read more... ]
My mind has been working overtime. Thinking of what Christianity is and how we are to obtain it. I gather all the thought in my head and what I have heard from others on what Christianity is..... [ read more... ]
In 1871, an American named Heinrich Schliemann began excavating an ancient city in Turkey. To the amazement of many, this retired businessman had discovered the lost city of Troy. Today, you can still see the ruins of its towers and its walls, which were 16 feet thick. [ read more... ]
It is common today to hear preachers encourage someone to “accept the Lord as your personal Savior.’’ Raymond Woodward in his article, “What is Repentance,” states, “The Bible never talks about us ‘accepting’ the Lord. (In fact, we ought to be eternally grateful that He ever chose to accept us!)” [ read more... ]
But there is help. God wants to turn your captivity into freedom and turn your misery to peace. He wants to turn your dead life to a life of love and forgiveness. [ read more... ]
One of the most difficult things for anyone to do is to admit our weakness and our failures. No man wants to be wrong in his own sight. That is why David asks God to Judge him because he knew there would be a righteous judgment coming from God. [ read more... ]
We would call this repentance – understanding that you need Jesus, and not wanting to live like you have been living, but to change direction, and instead live a life pleasing to God. [ read more... ]
It takes effort and contending on your part. Some believe they have chosen to give there heart to God but as for there personal life and there hobbies, and their love life, and their this and that, well that is none of Gods business. [ read more... ]
We are like the little puppy in the story I told. We were born with a defect that we will have to contend with throughout this lifetime. We will walk with the marked limp of a man born in sin and shaped in iniquity. We are Damaged Goods. [ read more... ]
People borrow money from lending institutions that have large amounts of ready cash. These places give people an opportunity to buy something immediately that they need or desire. The bigger the cost of interest, the easier it is to obtain large amounts of money from them. [ read more... ]
God wanted to make a man in His image. If God is holy, one would have to come to the conclusion that He desired a man to be holy. Something common that has been set aside for an uncommon purpose. [ read more... ]