We are often deceived by things that are not true because it is what we want to hear and it looks so good (right) or we have reasoned within ourselves that the lie is the truth. Devastating effects occur when there is no truth.
We are often accused of “not liking music in our worship.” That is not true but we need to take a look at why we do not use an instrument of music in worship.
It takes hard work to worship fully and sincerely but if we could think of worshipping at the foot of the cross, it would change our lives.
When you come to assemble with God’s people, have you spent any time preparing for what you are about to do or is it just something you do?
Perhaps all of us can quote John 3:16 so well that we can forget how powerful this passage is. Let’s take a close look at this “golden text” of the Bible.
The providence of God working in our lives can be easily misunderstood. How can we know about God’s providence?
In the month of January, Billy and I will present some lessons on God that will include some of His characteristics that are so important to us. One of the great blessings is that we have a God who listens to us when we bring our blessings, troubles, thanks and sorrows to Him in prayer.
As we look back at 2017, how blessed do we feel and can we see all that God has done for us?
This is the time of the year that our children get so excited that it is hard to think of anything besides, “What will I get this year for Christmas?” May all of us treat our children in special ways that are in harmony with what is best for them.
These ancient laws made Israel a nation, not just a lawless group of people. These same principles (rules to follow) give us the foundation to be the spiritual nation God wants and expects us to be.