We may be faced with crisis or situations that threaten us at one time or another. We may be unable to avoid such an event or even do something about it.
How should we respond in such a time?
For even though we may not be able to do something, responding is a natural human instinct. We just feel we must do something even when we don’t know what.
The world faces a situation that threatens all of us right now. Virtually every country is prepared for the possibility of a conventional war Read more [...]
Many times, we focus on our needs, not that it is bad for us to ask that our needs be met by God. He Himself has promised us that much. Problem comes when we use the degree to which our needs have been met as the standard for judging the health of our relationship with God.
Thus, you find that those who consider their needs to be more than met see God as good and that they are pleasing Him in whatever they are engaged in, even if such engagements are spoken against in His word.
On the other hand, Read more [...]
I do not think there are many people who would want to be thought of as a fool. And I doubt very much if anyone, especially one who is a believer in Christ would want to be spoken of as giving the appearance of a fool. But any believer is vulnerable if not susceptible. It is therefore important to watch against potential slip ups. To help us, we shall look at and try to learn from the life of one of the believers of old.
In the book of Job God testified to the enviable qualities of the man Job. Read more [...]
We continue with our discussion on the believer “working
out your own salvation.”
We know from our previous post, “How are you working out your own salvation?” that “working out your own salvation” does not mean that a person can earn his own salvation by doing some work. Rather salvation is by grace through faith.
But that “working out your own salvation” means the
believer in Christ aspires and strives to be Christ-like walking in obedience
according to the light he receives Read more [...]