The full impact of what was accomplished on the cross at Calvary is often not fully understood by many Christians. We all know that our sins were washed away, but many assume that now any sin they commit is automatically forgiven. Some continue to keep one foot in the world and others don't realize who Christ … Continue reading Our Sins and the Cross
As Christians, we all come to God in prayer with our needs and desires because we believe that He will deliver us from our sorrows, heal our bodies and bless us. Unfortunately, when some of us ask God for things, we are compelled to tell Him what to do and how to do it. … Continue reading The Humility of Prayer
As Christians, we all know that Jesus is the Christ who came to take away the sins of the world. But did you know that salvation is not just a general observation— that it’s really personal? Did you know that YOU are the reason He came—and that YOU were the object of the cross? Jesus came … Continue reading The Object of the Cross
As we travel forward in our Christian walk we realize that not everyone along the way is in the same place as we are in our personal relationship with God. Some will be brand new Christians and others will have a mature walk with God. Some were once back-sliders, but are now back on the path, … Continue reading Christians Are Not Perfect: We are Forgiven!
Many of today’s modern Christians have a very different concept to the meaning of being saved than what the Word has declared it to mean. They think that to be saved and to ensure a home in Heaven is to simply acknowledge that there is a God and that Jesus came to the cross and … Continue reading What does it Mean to be Saved?
Today is Thanksgiving Day to many of us, and it's a day that's designated to celebrate all the things we're thankful for in our lives. For some of us it's easy because we have so much wealth that surrounds us, but for others it's hurtful because they have so little or they've lost what they had … Continue reading Giving Thanks
One of the most humiliating trials Christians can face is eating their own words at the cost of embarrassment and disgrace. As Christians, we grow in our knowledge of the Word and in our understanding of God and His commandments, and as we develop a close relationship with Him, He becomes our reason for living. Yet … Continue reading We’re not perfect, we’re forgiven!