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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 you believe that your life has meaning—you’re absolutely right! But where does your meaning come from?
Doesn't all of the pain and suffering in the world prove that God doesn't exist? Let's look at an analogy about passengers on a hijacked plane to explore this important topic.
A common attack on Christians is that the Bible is filled with errors and contradictions. However, most of these claims come from those who have not read the Bible but merely “cherry-picked” perceived inconsistencies.
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!
It’s a crucially important question. Perhaps the best way to answer it is to examine what the Bible says occurs at salvation and to study what losing salvation would entail.
Is being ‘sorry’ simply enough to qualify as being repentant? Or is repentance something different than feelings of guilt?
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.
An exploration of common reasons people question their salvation and an abundance of biblical solutions for ending these tormenting thoughts.
In God’s grace He has given us the Bible, which provides us with insight to know who He is and what He has done!
Throughout history, mankind has asked: Is there a God? And if so, what is He like? Well, we can trust God has revealed who He is to us in His word!
Reflecting on the age-old question of why the universe exists? You're not the only one.
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.