The book of 3 John is a letter from the apostle John to a man named Gaius. It is a letter about being hospitable to those who are traveling and spreading the gospel of God's grace to the world. At the same time it condemns those who seek their own self-interests and not of the gospel or others.
The Bible says a lot of things about a lot of things, including healing. Therefore, if you need healing in any part of your body or mind, God wants you to know that He is the great healer and there are some things you can do to participate in your own healing. Please READ!
Mary, mother of Jesus, blessed among women, full of grace. An ordinary girl from a small insignificant town, is honored to be the mother of the Son of God.
The Book of 2 John is an urgent plea that the readers of John’s letter should show their love for God and His son Jesus by obeying the commandment to love each other and live their lives in obedience to truth of the Scriptures. It demonstrates that love and truth cannot be separated but both matter.
Who rules? We must understand that all authority comes from God. God created three realms of authority. When we understand this, it is easy to resolve conflicts.
God uses ordinary people and does extraordinary things through them.
This article is about who Jesus Christ really was, and why his Mosaic followers found it essential to convince themselves and others that he had resurrected from the dead.
Have you thought out your life? Your situation? Are you frustrated with how you're living? Here are some guidelines to see a change and to find yourself in a brand new position brought by your choices. Also by seeking for the answer to a better life both now and in the life to come.
Paul's short letter is written to Philemon, the owner of a run-away slave named Onesimus. It is Paul's appeal to Philemon to accept Onesimus back as a brother in Christ after Onesimus was converted under the ministry of the imprisoned Paul. It's theme is Christian forgiveness and reconciliation.
Anger is an emotional phenomenon that will bring great damages to us and others if we leave it uncontrolled. Overcoming this emotional beast is a tough fight to do but with the guidance of God’s word, we can gain triumph over it.
The book of Obadiah, written centuries ago, has a message for us in the 21st century. Consisting of a series of Divine judgement poems against the ancient people of Edom, it serves to show us that the Lord is a God whose justice will one day prevail over all; a warning for all who walk in pride.
We are held accountable to God for all our actions. God is totally aware of all of our motives. This is why it is so important that we spend time with the Lord daily. God does not need any of us. We all need Christ Jesus as our personal Savior! He is the only Way to the Father!
Hell: Annihilation or Trillions of Years of Torture presents the doctrines of Conditional Immortality and Annihilationism held by the Seventh Day Adventist Church, among others. We explore Scripture in the Old Testament and the New Testament, and the various views of Christians down through the ages
God chose ordinary people to do extraordinary things. Peter is no exception as he battled, sometimes with himself, to become a leader in the early Church
Many people claim that if everyone else had common sense, the world would be a better place. How is it that everyone claims to have common sense, yet the world is not a better place because everyone else does not have it? Are we really as sensible as we believe?
Jesus ends His famous Sermon on the Mount by comparing those who hear and keep His commands to a wise man who built his house on the foundation of a rock. And those who don't are like the foolish man who built his house on the sand. When the storms come the first house stands and the second falls.
The power struggle among the many gods of mythology as to who is supreme is the basis of many tales; ancient and modern. One may mock these tales but it is the churches that mock God. It is no wonder that the world thinks our God is a myth or a fairy tale when we place restrictions upon our Lord.
When the Bible talks about fearing God, it is usually referring to an attitude of reverence and respect, not outright terror. It is a reverence for and acknowledgement of God's sovereignty and power over us. And yet a healthy fear of the Lord must also include fear of the consequences for sin also.
Heaven is a free gift given to those who accept it by faith in Jesus Christ. But there will be those who come to judgment before Christ that will try to rely upon self-righteousness to enter God's Kingdom. They will be rejected by the Lord that day and hear the words from Him: 'I never knew you.'
Even modern prophets have to go through the persecution of their words no matter how carefully written to offend the least, or spoken to invite the humble. God's truth cuts like s two edge sword. What can we expect?
Uprooting and repelling the terror of fear is a tough battle for us to won. But the power of God’s word will aid and provide visible and available victory against the frightening power of fear.
When a church or person removes the mystery of salvation and defines its requirements; they are either naïve, deceived or a heretic. They have set aside God’s mysterious and unsearchable ways, and replaced God with the wisdom and traditions of man. No man is a soul winner; that is God’s realm alone.
We who are saved are also all called to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world. If we are saved from eternal separation and hell, we should want to let others know with whom we come in contact that they can experience the same salvation that we have.