From this week’s daily Bible reading comes two touching stories of the Lord’s power to heal all illnesses and raise the dead. In both cases, the demonstration of faith by those helped made all the difference.
As the children of God, we see what is invisible, we feel what is untouchable, and we believe what most would say is unbelievable. The question is, “Why?”
We have been studying “end times” and what is going to happen at the end of the world. One of the great questions is what does the Bible teach about what happens to man following death.
What about the kingdom of God at the end of time? Will there be a thousand year reign on earth at the end? What does the Bible teach?
As I think back over this past year, I think of those who have passed from this life to eternity. That makes me think of our struggle in this life to get to eternity “alive”. This passage gives some great information to help us “come out of life alive”.
This passage is not about faith in general but gives information how to grow a mature faith personally.
It is hard to understand that some people in the world are “without excuse” when it comes to knowing God. However, God says that we are without excuse because God can be known to a great degree through nature.
When talking about ways to keep faith alive and surviving, it’s easy to focus only on all the things we do ourselves to make that happen. We also need to step back and consider that a faith that truly thrives, in the end, is one that hasn’t tried to steal the show and not let…
Often as Christians, we grow comfortable where we are and don’t develop our spiritual potential to the point it needs to be to survive complacency. A faith that survives in a mature Christian must go beyond the basics of spiritual disciplines to finding our individual unique place and spiritual potential in the church.
Freed-Hardeman can either be one of the greatest things for faith or a dangerous thing for faith, depending on how it is utilized. It’s tempting to allow simply being at a Christian university and taking Bible classes to constitute the full extent of faith during college years. All the while, faith will die if we…