Paul admonishes us to move on from the basic doctrines mentioned in Hebrews 6:1-2. Christ also said, “…you shall be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect.” How can we possibly do this?
We are called on to be a living sacrifice. In this we are to surrender our lives for the sake of a higher and more pressing claim. By doing this now we are much less likely to have to give up our physical lives in trouble that is soon to come.
We recently went over why God has allowed mankind to suffer. Those reasons however do not apply to God fearing and commandment keeping Christians. Find out why it is necessary for the begotten Children of God to go through trials.
This is probably the #1 unanswered question for most Bible students. If God is the loving, caring, compassionate being that we think He is, why doesn’t He intervene in the affairs of man and stop all the pain and suffering that is being endured — especially by the “innocents.”
God has outlined His plan of salvation in the little understood and even less kept Holy Days of God. Learn the meaning of the 2nd of God’s Holy Days.
We and those around us are defined by the decisions that we make and the consequences that follow. The current state of the world is a direct result of the poor and ungodly choices that we make and with them comes oppression — not freedom.
What is the important meaning of the first Holy Day of the year?
Jesus was a representation of God the Father. But that was 2000 years ago, how can we know what He looks like today?
Most of our concepts of hell do not come from the Bible, but rather many of them originate from secular and pagan sources. What does the Bible have to say about the subject?