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I believe that a major misunderstanding exists among some Christians and among many non-Christians. I am speaking of the need for moral perfection, flawless performance of God’s law, or absolute sinless living. When a Christian has this misunderstanding, the consequences … Continue reading
“The King’s heart is in the hand of the LORD, Like the rivers of water; He turns it wherever He wishes” (Proverbs 21:1). What does this mean? Does this mean that every action of a king (or country leader) is … Continue reading
Calvinism is a doctrine which has influenced many denominations. It is summed up in five points, known as the TULIP. T = Total Hereditary Depravity. U = Unconditional Election. L = Limited Atonement. I = Irresistible Grace. P = Perseverance of … Continue reading
“At that time Jesus went through the grain fields on the Sabbath. And His disciples were hungry, and began to pluck the heads of grain and to eat. And when the Pharisees saw it, they said to Him, ‘Look, Your … Continue reading
Emotions have a place in the lives of the godly. Let’s consider some things which should bring us joy. 1. David worshipped with joy. He wrote, “I will praise You, O LORD with my whole heart; I will tell of … Continue reading
While there are occasions when godly men and women wept in the Bible, there are also some occasions when they did not. Let’s notice… 1. Aaron and his sons Eleazar and Ithamar, were not to mourn the deaths of Nadab … Continue reading
We would do well to each acknowledge the sins of our youth before God. The passage of time, and our aging and maturing alone does not remedy our sinful past. Matthew Henry comments, “Here is an implicit confession of sin; … Continue reading