This post is on 1 Corinthians 9, and what it means for us as Christians to put Jesus and the gospel first as Paul did.
To be a God-Fearing, Bible-Believing Christian is to be a dangerous person in the eyes of the world. Here’s why.
Nehemiah 4, I believe, is an excellent example of how for the Christian, the real world – what happens here and now, on the ground (so to speak)- is directly connected to God and the spiritual realm, and how we need to lean on God and involve God in our lives in a very real way, in light of this.
(cross-posted on Tumblr)
I’m going to write on what I feel is the heart of repentance – agreement with God about our sin, and obedience to God in regards to what He commands where sin is concerned.
Let’s talk about how the history of God’s people is important for God’s people.
Let’s talk about how Bible reading and Prayer are means of attaining greater and deeper intimacy with God.