Study to Understand Therefore and Wherefore Sometimes we struggle to find the greatest benefit from reading the Bible and understanding what is being said. It may be because we are reading it too fast and not noticing the impact of … Read More
Study to Understand Therefore and Wherefore Sometimes we struggle to find the greatest benefit from reading the Bible and understanding what is being said. It may be because we are reading it too fast and not noticing the impact of … Read More →
The Plague of Spiritually Weak Parents Let’s get real for a moment: We have raised up a bunch of spiritually weak parents. Yes, they want their children to go to heaven. But they also want their children to fit in … Read More →
They Just Want Something Out of You! I got a phone call today saying that I had won the publisher’s clearing house prize of $250,000 and a new pickup truck. I was amazed that I had won considering that I … Read More →
Paul’s Words the Basis of Faith Paul’s words to young Timothy were so descriptive of the trials he would have to face. Those verses in 1 Timothy 4 were given to Timothy because of what was happening. The gospel was … Read More →
The shine from the brass could blind you from bad choices. The blade from the sword could cut your conscience. The point from the spear could pierce your heart with truth. And, one could tell you of the defense offered by a shield, breastplate, or helmet. All are said to be essential to a soldier of Christ (Ephesians 6:10-18.) And while the armor of God is essential for victory over evil, I’d like to take a look at the transformation that can take place, as we walk amongst the children of this world. Consider, for a moment, the footwear, not…
By Wayne Jackson
“What does the scripture say?” Is this a relevant question?
The fourth chapter of the book of Romans begins with a question. Was Abraham, the physical forefather of the Jewish people, found to be just before God due to his own efforts, e.g., the perfect keeping of divine law?
The implied answer is, “No.” Had the patriarch been justified on that basis, he would have had cause by which to “glory” (cf. Ephesians 2:9).
Then, in order to establish scriptural support for his own inspired argument and to demonstrate the continuity between the operation of God in…
A False Balance is Abomination “A false balance is abomination to the LORD: but a just weight is his delight…” (Proverbs 11:1 KJV) Solomon advises us to be just in our business dealings with other people. Most business transactions relied … Read More →