How do I live and grow as a Christian?
Once saved, all Christians are considered holy by God. But we all know that we still sin after salvation. What does the Bible teach about our personal sanctification?
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We all love to use the word love. But the Bible speaks of the love of God as being so much greater!
Christians are not the only people who understand the important of service in life. However, Christian service is set apart from the world because of its unique motivation.
In the Christian’s pursuit of holiness, humility must be prioritized. And there is no other way of achieving humility than by looking unto Jesus.
Evangelism isn't just for the street corner or the pulpit—it's a way of life! Christians must be the light of the world at all moments in their life.
Do you ever feel lost in life? There is a good chance that you don’t realize just how lost you are—but there is good news!
God promises that He is working all things together for good, but the promise is for those who love Him. Do you love God?
Why has the Bible become a book on our shelf rather than one in our hearts?
In the Bible, we are not only given the command to serve God but we are also given reasons why we should serve Him. Understanding these reasons motivates our service.
One of the most important doctrines is the deity of Jesus Christ. If Christ is not God Himself, then we cannot be confident of our salvation.
It is not enough to simply claim that we believe the Bible to be true. To believe the Bible is to believe Jesus!
Discipling does not happen accidentally by teaching good idea and tips to others. Christian discipleship revolves around the living word of God.
The Christian’s goal is to grow to be more and more like Jesus. Since He is the main subject of the Scriptures, the Christian must know the Bible in order to grow.
One of the greatest battles of life is the battle to “put away anger,” not just control its expressions. To help you fight this battle, here are nine biblical weapons.
Throughout the Bible, God is consistently shown as the Savior of His people. In the New Testament, specifically Christ Jesus is seen as the Savior of the world!
To grow in our Christian walk we must not only accept Scripture as truth, we must also be in love with what it has to teach us!
Because of our daily struggle with sin, it's easy to wonder how our relationship with God can grow. However, we can have a different outlook when we begin to commune with our Creator.
May our hearts echo the psalmist's as shown in Psalm 119. Let's delight in God's word, desire it, and learn to depend on it!
We can know and experience the self-giving, sacrificial, unconditional, and life-changing love God has for us!
Just because we don’t see the fruit of our service to the Lord doesn't mean that it is not good. God is watching all that occurs and knows when we are faithful to serve Him.
Many Christians have gone through a period of backsliding. Knowing what backsliding is and what the Bible teaches about it can help the Christian run the race well.
In the Christian life it is important to serve God. However, it is much more important to understand how God serves us. Only then can we begin to serve Him.
When we're asked to serve and to help meet a need in a church, the work is rarely glamorous. But the Bible teaches that these are the acts of service we were saved to do!
If the Bible guides us to salvation, Christians should continue to seek its guidance during all seasons of life.
Qualities like strong, smart, and assertive often come to mind when thinking of a great leader. However, the Bible teaches that compassion is one of the most important qualities of a leader!
The Great Commission calls Christians to disciple others. This discipleship is more than just evangelism or teaching—it's a call to lead others to the ultimate Master!
When we understand the weight of our sin, we begin to learn how to become more like Christ! We should echo the words of Paul, calling ourselves the “chief of sinners.”
If God is really working all things together for good, how can we make sense of our suffering?
Regret and repentance are easily mixed up because they often begin in the same spot—pain. To distinguish between the two, it’s helpful to compare Simon Peter and Judas.
Do you go through spiritual highs and lows, wishing your assurance would remain consistent? The best solution is to constantly remind yourself of Christ’s work on the cross!