The first man and woman are at the center of our study today. In this scripture, they disobey a command directly given to them by God - they sin.
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.
This Take Note highlight is based on Romans 6:6b-7 "That henceforth we should not serve sin. For he that is dead is freed from sin."
We focused on Psalm 103 in this edition, making special mention of God's mercy in not "rewarding us according to our sins."
Jesus Christ, in Mark 2, not only reveals to a crowd that He has power to heal, but also to forgive sins - and they are "all amazed."
As we run the Christian race there are many hindrances that can weigh us down or take us off course, this edition focused on eliminating them.
Doing "what comes naturally" usually means walking according to the flesh. How do we avoid that and begin walking according to the Spirit?
Christ transforms the lives of those who have faith in Him, making us a new creature and setting us on a whole new path for Him.
On the September 14 edition of Take Note we talked about pride: shifting confidence from God to ourselves. What are God's thoughts on this sin?
We Take Note of Genesis 1-3 on February 16, 2017. Why are these early Old Testament passages have an impact on New Testament living?