Many times, Psalm 23 is read in death bed ministry. But this Psalm was also meant for those who are living and follow the God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob. Look at these words and read them with me. Psalm 23 “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me lie downContinue reading “The Lord is My Shepherd”
Our nation has basically spat in God’s face.
Can you imagine that this man would rather live a life of trials and tribulations on earth as opposed to be taken up in the Rapture and be with Jesus for eternity?
To reemphasize, if someone has offended you and you bring it to his or her attention, if the offender has asked forgiveness and attempted to make it right, your requirement is to forgive them. And how will the other person know that you have forgiven them? It is through these three simple words, “I forgive you!”
On Monday, a day after Jesus made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, Jesus was teaching the people in the Temple. According to Luke 20: 1-8, the chief priests and scribes with the elders came up to Him and said to Him, “Tell us by what authority you do these things, or who gave you thisContinue reading “Days Before Jesus Arrest”
Many Christians may feel they have committed this sin, but most likely they have not. Those who would commit a sin such as this, their hearts are most likely hardened to the point that they feel no remorse for it.
Do you want to know Jesus? Do you want to drink the living water which only through Jesus can you obtain through belief and forgiveness?
Today, we are going to study John 3:16-21. Although the most famous and proclaimed salvation Scripture used throughout history has been John 3:16, there is more to this story of belief and faith. Read through these Scriptures with me. John 3:16-21, “16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes inContinue reading “For God So Loved the World”
Have you ever thought about what you have done over the entire course of your life?
Unbelief is a sin and God is provoked by it. According to JC Ryle, Unbelief in what God can do is a “practical denial of God’s almighty power to doubt whether He can do a thing when He undertakes it. It is giving the lie to God to doubt whether He means to do a thing when He plainly promised that it would be done.”