If God’s sovereignty chooses us in salvation, does this do away with our free will?
Does God’s sovereignty prevent us from having free will? Who is in control of my eternal destiny?
We get so comfortable in doing life, just living that we let life pass us by. At what cost? What lessons are we missing?
Trust is an easy word to say, but a much harder course of action. In today’s culture, we are separated and confined to the point that we let very few in. This way we are assured that no one can hurt us, but is this God’s plan?
From cover to cover, we see many signs of what is to come. And then we see it come to fruition. None more so than the Old Testament prophesies about Christ.
The Christian’s Fear (Part 2) 1 Peter 3:13-17 Take a few minutes and read 1 Peter 3:13-17. Notice that the word “suffer” is in verses 14 and 17. Last week we made 12 points from these verses letting us know that we may have to suffer as Christians. After we confess our sins and accept […]
The Christian’s Fear (Part 1) 1 Peter 3:13-17 Take a few minutes and read 1 Peter 3:13-17. Notice that the word “suffer” is in verses 14 and 17. According to this verse we may have to suffer as Christians. Sometimes Christians, especially new Christians, may have the impression that all of our difficulties are over […]
Robert Groover wrote this outline for one of our shows last year. I liked it so much I did a lesson on it in our Sunday School Class. Looking back through my notes on a lesson to put out this week, I thought that since we are starting a new year it is Important to […]
Great Questions From The New Testament Lesson 10 “How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation?” In the New Testament, there are three unanswered questions: Mark 8:36 “For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole word, and loses his own soul?” 1 Peter 4:17 “For the time has […]