The God of the Old Testament is the same as the God of the New Testament. . . . various Scriptures.
Even Christians who have fallen into despicable sins can proclaim the gospel of Christ. . . . Psalm 51:13.
Just because writing attribution methods have changed in the last 2,000 years does not call into question the inerrancy of Scripture. . . . Isaiah 40:8.
God does not take sin lightly, and He occasionally uses graphic language to wake us up to its presence. . . . Ezekiel 23:20.
We must pray that God would take control of our tongues so that we do not sin with them in a time of trouble. . . . Psalm 141:3.
if we desire for God to listen to our prayers and answer them the way we would desire that they be answered, not only must we have a humble attitude of faith and submission, but we must also request that we only pray what would be pleasing to God. . . . Psalm 141:2.
How highly do we view prayer? . . . Psalm 141:1.
When we allow the Word of God to master us, we will be empowered to master both our depression and our sinful tendencies. . . . Psalm 141:1-10.
Let's be quicker to encourage with the Scriptures than we are to correct people with the Scriptures. . . . Romans 15:4.
We miss something when passages are translated less than literally. . . . 1 Samuel 25:22, et al