This is a personal evaluation exercise to help you recover lost ground in your relationship with God and enter into the best that God has for you. He is after a hot love from us, lukewarm is what He loathes, and this is the 3 step solution designed by Him in the Scriptures to help you […]
The Paris Attacks The terrorist attacks in Paris in 2015 . . . what are we to make of them? We know how many of the world view them, even those present at the music concert which was attacked. One such attendee, in a television interview afterward, spoke of them as just “more terrorism”. Really? […]
One of the key ways to overcome sin is to meditate on the Scripture. Jesus overcame Satan in the wilderness by speaking the Word of God from Scripture, and we can too. Fear is one spiritual power that many Christians are bound by. So we need to know all the keys to overcoming fear. There […]
Under the Old Covenant there were very few who rose to such a high standard of living that it could be said that they consistently overcame the power of sin. But there was Enoch, a rather cryptic figure who lived in the time before the flood. It says of Enoch, “And Enoch walked with God: […]
A significant part of the today’s evangelical industry is devoted to giving assurance to people who are in bondage to various forms of sin that they do not need to fear for their souls. In other words, people desperately want to hear that it is safe to sin, and there are plenty of people out […]
WOULD YOU SIT FOR A CHAT WITH SOMEONE YOU KNEW WANTED TO STEAL, KILL AND DESTROY YOU? Yet we many times do that with the devil. I have a friend that has been struggling with mental torment. This is my reply to her, it might help others. I have been a couple of times in […]
The Plumb Line of God There is a dangerous yet common misconception about God that is all too prevalent in the world and even some churches. It is a perception of God as one who is so kind and gentle and loving as to be weak and wishy-washy; that he would never judge a person […]
The idea is becoming popular once again that because of the fact that when Jesus died all our sins were still future, this means that all our future sins are already forgiven.
This can make people become totally unconcerned about whether they fall into sin or not. The reasoning is simple: "If my future sins are already forgiven, I am free to commit these sins, knowing that I will not be condemned because of them".
We are not to distance ourselves from everything that appears to be unholy, as we are not to be influenced by sin.
1 Thessalonians 5:21-22, “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Abstain from all appearance of evil.”
Romans 6:12, “Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof.”
3 John 1:11, “Beloved, follow not that which is evil, but that which is good. He that doeth good is of God: but he that doeth evil hath not seen God.”
James 4:17, “Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.”