Do we have a desire to follow Jesus and have we made this known to Him and to others? If so, have we considered what it will mean?
The test of our neighborliness is not in proximity, it is a test of our compassion that must certainly come forth of commitment to the God of compassion.
In the church at Antioch, as we find it in Acts 13, there are men committed to local ministry. As we read, we observe the Holy Spirit prompting them beyond!
Bondservants and masters who have faith in Christ are responsible to Him and all of their worldly service must be "as unto Him."
If we can follow Paul's example and heed his advice, we can learn to maximize our role in the church and develop an effective local church ministry.
A common phrase in Christianity appears in Galatians 5: the fruit of the Spirit. It's a way of describing attributes that God works within us to develop.
Regular listeners know that Jesus is the name that crosses our lips more than any other. Today we review New Testament passages asking "who is He?"
The world is filled with unrighteousness and men who work unrighteousness. Romans 1:18-32 confirms both statements and provides details.
In a wicked generation, Noah walked with God. He found grace in the eyes of the Lord and he chose obedience in extraordinary circumstances.
Proverbs 3:5-6 are two of the most-quoted verses in Christianity. They are well-known because they sum up, in a few words, God's mandate for disciples.
If we are a member of the body the Bible calls the church, what are our responsibilities? Two verses in Hebrews 10 will help us "Consider One Another" today.
In the passage we examine today, Solomon gives instruction to his children. Among other things, Proverbs 4 urges them to pursue wisdom and understanding.