Today in our Western society, there are many scholars who attack the identity of Christ. Some say Jesus was merely a good moral teacher, along the lines of Buddha or Gandhi. Others say He was a lunatic who believed He was the Messiah, but should have been locked up in a mental hospital - someone along the lines of Jim Jones or David Koresh. And a small minority still believe that Jesus never existed at all. But these people are simply wrong. In the book of I John, which we’ve
Instead of asking "How's the weather?”, many people these days are asking, "How's the climate?” With the recent U. S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, many people are running around declaring that the human race is doomed. As Christians, we know that a time is coming when God will resolve all human and weather problems, but do climate agreements change the end result one way or another? I would say not. The first five words in the Bible are "In the beginning, God
My great uncle Marvin loved to sing in church. Back when I was a kid, I remember that he would lift his voice as loudly as he could when he sung along with the hymnals and praise songs. In fact, he was one of my singing role models. Unfortunately, he couldn’t carry a tune in a bucket. That never stopped him, though - and it wasn’t the reason I loved his singing. When the service started, my uncle Marvin would enter into an attitude of worship unlike anyone I’ve ever known, an
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