Have you ever heard of the “Roman Road” to salvation? If not, here’s what it means. Old Testament Saints Before I write about the Roman Road, let me ask you, how did the Old Testament saints get saved since Jesus would not die for their sins for another thousand years or more? If we need to trust in Christ to be saved, how were Noah, Abraham, and the other Old Testament saints saved before Jesus came to die? Aren’t we… Read more

Have you heard someone say, “Sin is sin?” Is that true? What does the Bible say? It Only Takes One Sin is sin. You’ve probably heard that from some Christians when speaking about a certain sin someone or they committed. To begin with, the Apostle John tells us what sin is, writing that “Everyone who makes a practice of sinning also practices lawlessness; sin is lawlessness” (1 John 3:4), but thankfully, Jesus Christ “appeared in order to take away sins,… Read more

The number of false prophets has exploded in the last few years, so to prepare you for their deception, here are some powerful Bible verses about false prophets. Warnings In Matthew 7:15 Jesus warned us to “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves,” and Jesus prophesied that prior to His second coming, that “many false prophets will arise and lead many astray” (Matt 24:11), and we know that these wolves love… Read more

In the Book of Esther, God’s name is never mentioned, but you can clearly see the fingerprints of God’s sovereignty throughout the book. Queen Vashti Rebels The Book of Esther is the only book in the Bible that does not mention God by name. It doesn’t matter because you can see God’s divine fingerprints over everything that happens. Maybe that’s the point; when we see no evidence of God moving in our life, and it seems we’re on the brink… Read more

We know what it means to lay aside sin, but what does it mean to lay aside “every weight” that so easily slows down our race to the finish? Sin Sin is defined as transgressing the law of God (1 John 3:4). It is missing the mark…the mark of perfection that God requires to enter the kingdom of God (Rev 21:27). Thankfully we can receive the righteousness that is required by God from God Himself through Jesus Christ. The Apostle… Read more

The Bible has former and latter’s, and an Old Testament and New Testament, but there are more dualities in the Bible than you may realize. The Captivity of Sin After King Solomon’s reign, the nation of Israel split into two different nations. One was known as the Northern Kingdom and was referred to as Israel, so when Israel is mentioned in Bible prophecy, it refers to the Northern Kingdom, which consisted of ten of the tribes of Israel. The Southern… Read more

Why caused Lucifer to fall from being over the throne of God to being cast out of heaven? The Fall When God created the angels, long before He created the earth (Job 38:4-7), they were holy and blameless. It was only later that Lucifer rebelled and brought one third of the angels with him in trying to overthrow the throne of God. More than that, he wanted to be worshiped as God is worshiped. He wanted to sit in the… Read more

It’s easier to find the will of God than you might imagine, so here’s how we can find God’s will in order to do God’s will. God’s Will Verses Ours When the disciples came up to Jesus and asked Him how to pray, they must have seen how much of a Man of prayer He was. They knew the intimacy He had with the Father, and they wanted that same intimacy, so one of the first things Jesus taught them… Read more

How did it feel for a former convicted fellow to go back to prison? Shut-In Ministries Our small church not only has a nursing home ministry, but also a prison ministry, and we based our nursing home ministry on James 1:27 where for many years I just read over that. It was only when one of our elderly church members had to enter into a nursing home facility that it occurred to me that these are some of the orphans… Read more

Is it true that there are more school shootings today than ever before? What does history show? Early School Shootings The earliest known United States shooting to happen on school property was the Pontiac’s Rebellion school massacre on July 26, 1764, where four Lenape American Indians entered the schoolhouse near present-day Greencastle, Pennsylvania. There, they shot and killed schoolmaster Enoch Brown, and nine or ten children (reports vary). In 1927, Andrew Kehoe, a farmer who was outraged about the property… Read more

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