The Internet, while a blessing, has ultimately not helped the church follow God's clear commands in Scripture, even in the face of COVID-19. . . . Various Scriptures.
The government has told us to close our church doors, but we are called to fear God more than man, even in the face of COVID-19. . . . Various Scriptures.
The church is not a building, but that doesn't mean we should settle for online worship services, even in the face of COVID-19. . . . Various Scriptures.
Lust is a dangerous beast that will do whatever it can to survive in our hearts; we must ignore its lies and kill it. . . . Colossians 3:5.
John continues His letter by encouraging believers that God is in control, and the end won't come until He says so. . . . Revelation 8:1-6.
The gospel of Christ can be preached from every book of the Bible--even Obadiah.
excellent thoughts in this time of uncertainty
Only a week ago, I found it rather humorous how people everywhere were panicking about this coronavirus. But as I’ve watched things develop over the past several days, I’ve started to wonder if my lackadaisical, optimistic attitude is not a good thing. Sure, it’s good to be hopeful and to trust in the Lord, but it’s also good to be wise and to have our eyes open to what’s going on around us.
As I’ve watched the rules & regulations become stricter each day, the stock market plummet and businesses close, I’ve started to better understand why so many people are concerned, and the question I’ve started asking myself is “Why?”
Why is this happening at this time? For what purpose has God allowed this?
Is this God’s judgment? A call to revival? Neither? Both?
What is God trying to tell us?
And how many people are actually listening?
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How are Christians in romantic relationships to be certain that they love God more than they love their significant other? . . . 1 John 5:21.
God has given us emotions by which to enjoy Him and live up to our purpose in life. . . . various texts.
The first prophecy in Scripture is a prophecy of salvation to an enemy of God. . . . Joshua 2:14, 17-20.