John continues his letter by warning his readers again of the terrors and torments of hell. . . . Revelation 9:13-21.
John continues his letter by warning his readers of the terrors and torments of hell. . . . Revelation 9:1-12.
How can an episode of the Mandalorian inform our understanding of the Gospel? . . . Romans 6:11.
Valentine's Day 2020 is a flurry of emotions: some absolutely amazing, some more melancholy. . . . Song of Songs 8:6-7.
Some things that appear healthy from afar are terminally ill when looked at more closely. . . . various scriptures.
People are justified the same way they were originally condemned--on the merits of another. . . . Romans 5:12-21.
John continues his letter by describing Jesus' sovereignty over Christian persecution. . . . Revelation 6:9-11.
John continues his letter by describing Jesus' sovereignty over world leaders, war, famine, and death. . . . Revelation 6:1-8.
We must pray for our neighbors, that they would be protected from the enemy of their souls--sin/death.
Of all the horribly sick mantras in our world today, I firmly believe that the one that tops the list goes something like this, "It's a woman's body, so it's her choice." . . . Leviticus 18:21.