Many Christians don't realize that accepting the salvation of Jesus means we are forgiven for our sins, but we are not perfect. We can still be tempted by sins and habits that will keep us from God's presence if we don't study the Scriptures to know God and draw close to Him. The more we … Continue reading How to See God
The Bible tells us that the pure in heart will see God, but it also says that no one can look upon His face and live. There's a day coming—and very soon—when Jesus will take us to Heaven and present us to our Father, and we WILL see His face then. But God has provided … Continue reading Who Can See God?
There is a big difference between knowing OF God and KNOWING God. When we make Jesus our Lord and Savior, and then study the Scriptures so we can be filled with His truth, we begin to see the heart of God. We know that we are His children and we know that He hears and … Continue reading The Pure in Heart
Many people suffer from disabilities and some don't realize that their hidden anguish keeps them in a state of resentment. They take great offense to remarks or suggestions given to them as they try to cover the pain and embarrassment of needing help. They don't see someone offering their hand as a deed of kindness, but as … Continue reading The Anguish of Disability
Too often Christians act or react badly in certain situations and display the same contempt toward others as many non-Christians. This is because they don’t know the scriptures and have no direct knowledge about how to deal with many of the situations they face. Yet, Jesus was very specific in His teaching and we can get … Continue reading Being Blessed is Everything!