“What must I do to be saved?” A question we all must ask, but the answer given in the Bible is simpler than you might expect.
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As believers, we trust God and know He is trustworthy. But waves of doubt, guilt, and fear can eat away at our assurance that we are His and always will be.
There are so many books, characters, and stories in the Bible that it can be overwhelming to understand it all. However, the Bible has one main story, and you need to hear it!
Are you attempting to earn your own salvation? No acts of kindness, good intentions, or church attendance will ever be able to wash away your sins.
The term “gospel” is thrown around a lot. However, the true gospel is revealed in the Bible—it is the message of salvation that we all need to hear!
Who is Jesus? Is He just a prophet or good moral teacher? Or is He the Messiah, the Son of God? One of the most important questions we must answer!
John 3:16 describes Jesus as God’s “only Son.” This title describes the Father’s relationship to Jesus, gives insight into His sacrifice, and provides confidence in the eternal life that He gives.
On the road to Emmaus Jesus explained how He was found in all the Old Testament Scriptures. Here is an outline of how Christ can be seen in every book of the Bible!
Amidst the waves of stress and anxiety, where can you find peace? The world often encourages us to look within ourselves for peace, but the Bible directs us elsewhere.
Christians often speak of salvation, but what exactly does the word mean? Read on for a Biblical definition of this important word.
Are you lost? Hear God's message of love for you!
On the day Jesus Christ was crucified, He was not the only man hanging on a cross. There is a story to be learned about each of those three crosses.
God revealed Himself to all people in Jesus when He came to the earth. In the Bible, we learn who He is and what He offers us.
Rest is a gift, not of merit, but of grace. We can never earn salvation, but those who come to Jesus Christ will find true rest.
John 3:16 is certainly the most well-known verse in the world. An understanding of this beloved verse helps us truly understand the Gospel.
When we understand the extent of our sin and the holiness of God, we come to truly understand just how much compassion the Savior has for His sheep.
What must one do to be saved? Is simply believing enough or must we also repent? Understanding these words and their relationship to one another help understand what it means to believe the Gospel!
The Apostle Paul called himself the "chief of sinners." If Paul has been rescued and redeemed by God’s amazing grace, the way is open for all!
The Bible warns of God’s coming judgment. The gospel provides a way out of His judgment and into His arms. Will you obey?
There are many different faiths and religions around the world. Is it enough for us to merely believe in something or can we be sure of what the truth is?
There has only been one perfectly innocent man in all of human history, and He was put to death. Why? So we can have peace with God.
Every day we see the evidence of evil and suffering in the world. But in the darkest moments, remember your true, eternal circumstances in Christ.
Is being ‘sorry’ simply enough to qualify as being repentant? Or is repentance something different than feelings of guilt?
When your heart feels heavy, remember the Lord Jesus offers an eternal comfort that cannot be found in this world.
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!
It is not enough to simply claim that we believe the Bible to be true. To believe the Bible is to believe Jesus!
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!
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.
Throughout history people have contemplated, discussed, and debated over the meaning and purpose of life. What if there was one definite answer to this elusive question?
If God is really working all things together for good, how can we make sense of our suffering?
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!
The Christian is saved by grace through faith. So how do the Christian’s works fit into the equation?
While Karma is rooted in the Buddhist and Hindu religions, it is a concept embraced by people all over the world. Is this idea compatible with the teachings of the Bible?