Our Bibles tend to be a bit more earthy than our English translations give them credit for.
Instead of breaking that prayer down that prayer into ninety-two pages and making my own millions, I will do it in four paragraphs and give it away for free. It’s your lucky day.
Jason wasn’t a mechanic. Yes, the hood in front of him was popped and he was spouting out stuff like he knew what he was talking about. Really, though, he had no interest in fixing this engine. All he was really after was a phone number…
Solomon’s Temple served as a focus point in three ways. It was a place where God’s presence came down. It was a place where our praises went up. It was also the place where God’s promise was made. (pt3)
Is hell real and, if so, is God just?
If there is a good God, why is there suffering?
Was Jesus not just a good teacher?
Is homosexuality wrong?
How do the facts of science line up with the facts of creation in Genesis 1 & 2?
Can the Bible be trusted?
Why should I go to church?
Aren’t all religions basically the same?
What happens to the billions who have never heard of Jesus?
Is it morally inconsistent to be pro life when it comes to abortion but still be for capital punishment and war?
What makes a Christian a Christian? The answer to this question might be a bit more complex than it seems.
Whether or not anybody else got rich by following Bruce Wilkinson’s recommendation to repeat this prayer every day, he surely did.
May the Lord, the God of Israel, under whose wings you have come to take refuge, reward you fully for what you have done. (Ruth 2:12) Read: Ruth 2:1-4:22, John 4:43-54, Psalm 105:16-36, Proverbs 14:26-27 Relate: There was a small town pastor of a small country church that had fallen on some hard times. There were good…
So John was beheaded in the prison, (Matthew 14:10) Read: Genesis 42:18-43:34, Matthew 13:47-14:12, Psalm 18:16-36, Proverbs 4:7-10 Relate: What names would come to mind if I were to ask you who was the godliest people of our generation? Who best has modeled integrity, sacrifice, holiness, etc? For me, two names immediately jump to the forefront at…
So they rolled the stone aside. Then Jesus looked up to heaven and said, “Father, thank you for hearing me. You always hear me, but I said it out loud for the sake of all these people standing here, so that they will believe you sent me.” (John 11:41-42) Read: Jeremiah 27:1 – 28:17, Jeremiah 51:59-64,…