An individual's hope of salvation is only by the grace and mercy of God. Once saved, can that individual lose his or her salvation? This issue has been debated frequently throughout the history of Christianity. The answer to this question lies in an understanding of what Jesus did through the cross. We have no hope … Continue reading Once Saved, Always Saved?
Psalm 28:9 “And you, Solomon my son, know the God of your father and serve him with a whole heart and with a willing mind, for the LORD searches all hearts and understands every plan and thought. If you seek him, he will be found by you, but if you forsake him, he will cast … Continue reading Known by God and God by You
As I was reading Proverbs 15 a couple of days ago, I had some thoughts about the paths that our lives take. God is always working in our lives. The instruction we receive, the reproofs that we receive, discipline that comes our way, and everything else that happens in and around us all combine to … Continue reading God’s Way or My Way
As I was reading through 1 Peter, I came across a short two-word sentence at the beginning of chapter 2 verse 17 that stopped me in my tracks... 1 Pet 2:17 Honor everyone. Honor everyone, period. Not honor everyone who is a christian. Not honor every one of your own race, gender, ethnicity, religion, age, … Continue reading Honor Everyone
This morning in church we sang an incredible song by Meredith Andrews-Not For a Moment (After All). Not for a moment will You forsake me This one line in particular stood out to me and really made me appreciate the great sacrifice Jesus made at the cross. The Bible gives us many promises of God, … Continue reading Never Forsaken