Don’t trade true joy and pleasure for crumbs being peddled around as blessings. Don’t exchange the presence of God for a promise of health and wealth in this present world, because this world and all that is it in is passing away. God has promised us something greater than earthly wealth and health, he has promised us himself!
In the previous article, we considered three signs that could indicate that a Church is veering off the track of sound doctrine. In this concluding part, we discuss three more warning signs we are heading down the path of bewitchment. Dear Christian, Watch it if, The Pastor and Elders Avoid the Doctrine of Christian Suffering … Continue reading Warning Signs of Bewitchment II
The central theme of God’s Word is His Son, from Genesis to Revelation. You cannot preach the Bible and ignore Him. Every preacher who is worth his salt needs to center his exposition of Scriptures on Christ. Because if you claim to have a ‘revelation’ from the Bible, but you don’t have Christ at the center of your messages, then you have lighted upon another thing, not the revelation of God, and you may well write your own Bible.
Jesus Christ as the perfecter or finisher of our faith means that, as Paul said in Phil 1:6, "he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion". Here is a certainty and assurance for the believer. What God started in Christ, he will finish.
Christian, your sins are not good enough reason for dejection and misery—Christ has borne them on the cross of Calvary, and His blood continuously cleanses us from all unrighteousness. Confess your sins to God and move forward in the assurance of His forgiveness.
A brother recently recounted an experience he had when he visited his former church in one African country. Having been a part of a healthy gospel-centered church in Dubai, he had come to understand the doctrine of God’s sovereignty – how God controls everything in the whole world for his own glory. As he attempted … Continue reading Is God Sovereign in Africa?
“So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom."