Sometimes, I find myself at a loss for words upon receiving the praise of others. As a Christian, I resist the lure of conceit about things that I do. But can an individual be too humble, not accepting another person’s compliments, or is that, in itself, a form of pride? I try to do the … Continue reading Appreciation?
Last time in the Jesus Who? series, we saw that salvation is found only through a relationship with Jesus. So if salvation is through Christ alone by grace, what about those who have never heard the name of Jesus? The answer to this dilemma is found in the knowledge and sovereignty of God. God knows … Continue reading Without Excuse!
Because God is a just god, his morality requires that all sin receive its due punishment, which is death, the consequence resulting from separation from God (Romans 3:10-12,23, Romans 6:23). But not wanting anyone to die, God planned right from the beginning to provide the means of salvation for anyone who chooses to accept it. … Continue reading God Extends a Lifeline
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
Psalm 103 is a humbling and sobering reminder of what God has done for us for no merit of our own. We are urged to not forget all his benefits and to bless Him. What are these benefits and what good are they to us? He forgives all our iniquity heals diseases redeems our lives … Continue reading Forget Not All His Benefits