Category: Religion

Particular Sins vs Standing With God

“What God hath cleansed, that call thou not common” Particular Sins There seem to be particular Christians who, though persevering and fruitful in their Christian walk, are constantly troubled or haunted by past sins. This leaves them with an unpredictably recurring guilt, and robs them of the joy that they …

When Sin Creates Purpose And Not Conviction

Conviction or Purpose Sin either brings about conviction or it gives purpose. For the Christian, it is conviction. For the non-Christian it gives purpose; they are a slave to it. The problem when a “Christian” decides to openly celebrate their sin is that they become a spokesman for all those …

Memorize Your Bible: James

Memorizing James Works 1      Working patience through trials 2      Obedience that accompanies faith 3      Restraining the unbridled tongue 4      Keeping calm in conflicts 5      Suffering and sick saints 1  Working patience through trials “Blessed is the man that endureth temptation: for …

A Studious Darkness

In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not (John 1:4-5) The above video is disturbing. Young adults doing everything in their power to deny a difference at all between men and women. Is it political correctness? …

Double Edged Christian Experience

One truth that most Bible-believing, Protestant Christians agree on is that we cannot interpret the Bible through our experiences. We cannot claim something that goes beyond, or is contrary to, Scripture, i.e. end times date setting, catholic traditions, etc.  God’s Word should instead come first, and all else interpreted through it. …

Memorize Your Bible: 1 John

Memorizing 1 John Light 1      Living in the light 2      Importance of our advocate 3      God’s children avoid sin 4      How Christians should love 5      True witness in believers 1  Living in the light “But if we walk in the …

A Relevant Christian Education

The word “relevant,” in regards to Christianity in general, is not a very popular word among many Christians. Our first thoughts include something along the lines of making The Faith “cool” to our culture, or in some means compromising to try and lure unbelievers to join our “cult.” This stigma also seeps …

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