We must not only be saved from sin, but we must stay saved — we must not only believe in Christ, but we must keep on believing. The life of faith begun is virtually worthless if it is not completed (Hb. 6:11,12). What, then, is involved in having a faith that lasts a lifetime?
Too often we think that we don’t have much influence in the world. When it comes to influence, most of us don’t see ourselves as having much opportunity. But the truth is, there are plenty of simple ways that all of us can influence others for good.
It is no exaggeration to say that the death of Jesus of Nazareth by crucifixion is the pivotal point in world history. The cross of Christ is the “crux” of the gospel (1 Cor. 15:1-5), and without the cross, Jesus is not the Christ and the gospel is not good news.
- The Christ of the Cross
- Malachi: A Call to Radical Reverence
- Ten Tips for Better Bible Study
- Taking the Time to Grow Spiritually
- How Do We Know What Our Priorities Are?
- Attending to Our Salvation – Hebrews 2:1-4
- Encouraging Words
- Giving the Lord Our Leftover Time
- God, Our Savior and Our Sustainer
- Measure Twice
- Grace to Help
- Honesty with Ourselves
- Sounding Forth the Word – 1 Thessalonians 1:8
- The Faith That Saved Noah
- In Due Season We Shall Reap – Galatians 6:9
- Some Challenges a Congregation Must Meet
- Conversion and Commitment
- Who Am I? A Heaven-Bound Person
- Who Am I? God’s Created Child
- How We Must Communicate the Gospel
- Every Act Counts
- The Power of God’s Providence in Our Lives
- What Disciples Do
- The Last Verse in the Bible – Revelation 22:21
- The First Verse in the Bible – Genesis 1:1