Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, which means that the holiday season is in full swing.
I’ve become acquainted with offense these last few months and there are two things I’ve learned…
When you know, you know. Jesus has saved us all from something to something…from unrighteousness to righteousness…from eternal death to everlasting life.
One the hardest fights of this life is to consistently deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow after God (Matthew 16:24).
One of the things I hate most in this world is to sin against God. I.hate.it. I.hate.it. I.hate.it.
Presumptuous sin is an intentional and deliberate sinful or rebellious act committed against God. It’s a complete disregard for one’s own conscience, God’s Word, and what a person knows to be right.
Yes, if you die without believing in Jesus Christ (Romans 10:9), it will be too late once you have left this earth.
No matter what you’ve done, how long you’ve been doing it, you can turn away from your sin and run to the living God.
Pride is self-focused, self-seeking, and self-worshipping. It puffs itself up and exalts itself above everyone and everything–especially God, His will, and His Word.
“Church hurt” is uniquely painful. One of the reasons is because in Church we trust wholeheartedly without pretense or reservation. Church is suppose to be a safe place; and when it’s not, we are completely blindsided and caught off guard.