To understand Israel’s future we must first understand how the Bible defines “Israel.”
The church in America will ultimately become much more effective when it lays down its heavy gavel of judgment and instead, chooses to be motivated by a heart of compassion and love.
The way of Christ is the way of the cross. It is the pathway of humility.
America is a spiritually sick and diseased country. But this is not what makes it unique.
“Why am I here?” It is one of the most fundamental questions that every person asks at some point of their life.
After the attack on America in September 2001, fear gripped our great nation and served as a predominant motivator in our culture. And while this collective fear has subsided since 9/11, human fragility has become more of a stark reality. James dealt with this concept of human fragility in his epistle when he stated: “What is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away.” (James 4:14 NKJV) Human arrogance states that humanity maintains control of its destiny. It incorrectly assumes that we are steadily progressing upward in wisdom and morality. The Word of God claims that such arrogance is mere foolishness and leads only to death: “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death.” (Prov. 14:12 NKJV) Instead, the Bible declares to humanity that God is in control! And considering man’s consistent failures in his attempts to rule himself, this should be a welcome and comforting thought…
The Christian church bears the responsibility of sharing the gospel message with all of humanity. This is not easy. The world is hostile to our message of hope. They are arrogant in the face of their ignorance of basic spiritual principles. And unfortunately, many have been ‘turned off’ to Christianity by Christians themselves who have mishandled the Word of God or mishandled their mouths. However the Great Commission, given to us by Jesus to evangelize the world, was not a request. It was and still is a command. He commands us to go forth and share our faith with others. With the Lord’s return at hand, it is imperative that we reach out to our unsaved family and friends with the life saving message of the gospel. Many people are living in fear because they have no hope for the future. How can we be silent when we have the answers?
The city of Babylon ruled over one of the most important and powerful empires of ancient Mesopotamia.
The lack of sound Biblical leadership in America’s churches has left the flock susceptible to following the enemy’s voice.
Today’s text is from James chapter 1 verse 2. It says, “Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials.”
If you answered “Yes” to any of these three questions, pay close attention.
The foulest sinner with breathe still within his being can be transformed instantly into a son of the Most High God.
Join Jerry Robinson as he digs deep into the first chapter of Daniel in this special verse-by-verse commentary.
Marduk was the chief god over southern Mesopotamia during the Babylonian Empire. Here are 10 facts about this important ancient deity.
Profile: King of Judah (609 B.C. - 598 B.C.) Lineage: House of David. Father: King Josiah. Mother: Zebidah, the daughter of Pedaiah of Rumah. Meaning of Name: "he whom Jehovah has set up" Highlights of his Reign: Several important events in Biblical history occurred...
Genesis 10 contains several important clues for the student of Bible prophecy.
From his actions, it is obvious that Nimrod was rebellious, blood-thirsty, and power-hungry.
Does the Bible tell us what Jesus really looked like? Are there any other writings from the first century that describe Jesus? Many people down through the ages have claimed to know what Jesus really looked like. From paintings and sculptures (many of them famous),...
Which movies are the top Christian movies of all time? It depends partly upon your definition of what a Christian movie is.
Most Christians celebrate Christmas (Jesus birthday) on December 25th. Is there evidence to conclude that it is actually the birth date of Jesus?