In our journey through life, we often encounter forces that can cause devastation and turmoil. One such destructive force is sin, which acts as a demolition crew set on tearing down the foundations of a fulfilled and righteous life. Scriptures provide us with profound insights into the consequences of sinful actions and the ways in which they can dismantle our lives. This article explores the dangers of sin and highlights key scriptural teachings that warn us of its destructive power.Continue reading Sin’s Demolition Crew: Wrecking Your Life
In the realm of spirituality, sin is often depicted as a destructive force, capable of wreaking havoc in our lives and relationships. Just as fire can engulf and consume everything in its path, sin has the power to burn bridges, severing connections and leaving behind a trail of devastation. However, amidst the darkness, there is hope. By understanding the nature of sin and embracing the teachings of scriptures, we can learn how to mend and build bridges, restoring harmony and fostering growth in our lives.Continue reading Sin’s Fire: Burning Bridges and Building Bridges
The nature of God has been a subject of philosophical and theological inquiry for centuries. Throughout human history, people have attempted to understand the nature of the divine and the role it plays in the universe. While the concept of God varies among different cultures and religions, there are some common features that define the nature of God.Continue reading THE NATURE OF GOD
City streets serve the function of communication and commerce. Without streets, goods cannot be delivered, and people cannot conduct business. But there’s another function, perhaps even more telling.Continue reading WHAT ARE CITY STREETS FOR?
First and 2 Kings trace the history of Israel during the four hundred years from the death of King David to the destruction of Jerusalem. Each king is judged on whether he was obedient to God or did evil in His sight. Many lessons follow from these stories.Continue reading WHAT’S THE POINT OF READING ABOUT ALL THESE ANCIENT KINGS?
ISAIAH 45:7 – 7 I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things.
FROM THE HEBREW AND GREEK KEY WORD STUDY BIBLE pg 1993
7451. ra’, rah; from 7489; bad or (as noun) evil (natural) or mora): -adversity, affliction, bad, calamity, + displease (-ure), distress, evil (I – favouredness], man, thing), + exceedingly, x great, grief (-vous), misery, naught (-ty), noisome, + not please, sad (-ly), sore, sorrow, trouble, vex, wicked (-ly, -ness, one), worse (-st), wretchedness, wrong. [Including feminine, ra’ ‘ah, raw-aw’; as adjective or noun.)Continue reading IS GOD BOTH GOOD AND EVIL? (ISAIAH 45:7 EXPLAINED)
It is cosmic conflict between the forces of good and evil. The outcome has been determined, but eh ongoing conflict still includes a great number of victories and defeats. The soul and life of each person is the battleground.Continue reading WHAT IS SPIRIT WAREFARE?
To be entirely and blatantly truthful in everything we say could unnecessarily hurt a lot of feelings and create a lot of worries. Thus, in everyday conversation we say “white lies” about someone’s appearance or even about our own state of health.Continue reading IS IT EVER OKAY TO LIE?
Terms noticeably used in tandem in the NT to contrast diametrically opposed lifestyle. The term “flesh” is often ascribed the connotation of an ungodly lifestyle of selfishness and sensual self-gratification. The term “spirit” signifies the opposite characteristics. One who walks by the Spirit lives with a conspicuous God consciousness that directs his or her dispositions, attitudes, and actions.Continue reading DEFINITION OF THE DAY (FLESH AND SPIRIT)