For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. Romans 8:18, ESV. This is what the Apostle Paul immediately confesses after rejoicing over the magnificent claim that to be in Christ is to also be a blessed child of God, … Continue reading Yes, God is still for His Children.
‘I’m praying for you’ shouldn’t just be a nice thing you say.
Have you ever told someone, ‘I’m praying for you!’ and then never actually prayed for them? Here’s three reasons why you need to stop doing that.
Be careful about what you so God for!
Be careful about what you ask The Lord for, because He might just give it to you! That was the case for the Israelites at a place they would later name, ‘graves of craving’...
The Image of God Reflected in the Mission of God.
This article is a guest post contributed by Ethan Maness. Ethan is currently working towards pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering. Currently he is part of a student group that meets weekly to discuss an expositional study of Romans and converse over theological doctrines, which inspired the following article. Enjoy this great piece! Over the … Continue reading The Image of God Reflected in the Mission of God.
Why did God create the Universe?
Welcome to Theological Thursday. I don’t want these articles to be longer than necessary so I’ll bypass the unnecessary introduction and jump right into some theology. The topic for this theological Thursday is as follows: Why did God create the universe? I think this is a fitting and unique question for a Christian to ask. … Continue reading Why did God create the Universe?
Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
Does absence make the heart grow fonder? I believe it does. It’s not just a cheesy line used in the best selling Rom Com’s nor is it merely a happily-ever-after line from a Disney classic. I think it’s true to say that when we are separated from people for whom we deeply love and care … Continue reading Absence makes the heart grow fonder.
From Persecutor to Proclaimer.
And immediately he proclaimed Jesus in the synagogues, saying, "He is the Son of God." -Acts 9:20, ESV.Just consider, for a moment, who the pronoun "he" is referring to in the verse mentioned above... Meet the man who held the coats of the men who publicly executed one of the church's first deacons. Meet the … Continue reading From Persecutor to Proclaimer.
The invitation to abundant life.
During one of my quiet times with The Lord last week I found myself whispering during prayer, "Lord, life with you is just so much better." This wasn't some strange, unknown affection for me. It wasn't the first time I've whispered this to Jesus during the stillness of the early morning and it certainly will … Continue reading The invitation to abundant life.
Why do people who can dunk choose not to?
I've been watching a lot of high school basketball recently. I have seen some ridiculous shots this year. I watched, with my own eyes, one player lob the ball at the halftime buzzer from the opposing foul line and actually make it. To make it even more ridiculous, if possible, the ball also passed through … Continue reading Why do people who can dunk choose not to?
Yes, Jesus is worth your 20’s.
2020 is here. The end of one decade and the dawning of the next. Hindsight 20/20 right? I imagine that this New Year's Eve people will feel more inclined to look retrospectively at the previous ten years of their life than perhaps is normal. Yet, for a certain age group no retrospection is taking place … Continue reading Yes, Jesus is worth your 20’s.
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