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.
In the New Testament, love covers a multitude of sins, but it does not mean that sin is to be ignored or viewed lightly. . . . Deuteronomy 13:6-11.
The God of the Old Testament is the same as the God of the New Testament. . . . various Scriptures.
As Christians, we do not have an easy way to find out who is elect and who is not, so we must preach the gospel to everyone we meet. . . . Mark 16:15-16.
It's not about how much you read in the Bible as it is about how satisfied you are by what you read therein. . . . Matthew 5:6.
Some things that appear healthy from afar are terminally ill when looked at more closely. . . . various scriptures.
Peter commands believers to submit to the government so that we can be a strong witness for Christ. . . . 1 Peter 2:13-17.
Just because Reformed Theology teaches that only the Elect will be saved, it does not follow that the Gospel should not be preached and people should not be called to belief. . . . John 3:16.
In addition to a redefinition of love, we need to know what love is supposed to look like, so that the world can recognize what true Christians look like. . . . John 13:35.