Folks, let’s not be sowers of discord, but sowers of peace! Another wise and challenging article from Randy Alcorn and Eternal Perspectives Ministries………..
There is nothing wrong with most desires that we might have. But it is hard to give up dreams for our life that we have had for years and decades in some cases, and then ask God what He desires for us. But living in God’s peace is the way to stop striving! From Rick Thomas.net………….
Our salvation is sometimes called The Great Exchange, because Jesus took all of our sins on the cross, and in return He gave His perfect righteousness! What a deal!! From Pete Briscoe and Telling the Truth………..
Forget Superman and Batman; Jesus is the real Hero! From Pete Briscoe and Telling the Truth………
A nice reflection on part of John 10. From The Good Shepherd………..
John 10:1-21 This passage is figurative. (John 10:6) There are 8 components of the extended metaphor in this section: The shepherd is the caretaker and owner of the sheep. The sheep (flock) are the animals that the shepherd loves and cares for. The thief is the one who tries to steal the sheep away from […]
I found this article very enlightening. There is no doubt that the pandemic has forced everyone to re-think things, and perhaps holding online church groups (cell groups, life groups, etc.) may have some very definite advantages over meeting face-to-face in homes. From New Wineskins………
Yes! From desiringGod.org…………..
We don’t have to wait for heaven to receive Kingdom blessings now!
Christians have a sure hope of heaven. Because Jesus has paid for our sin and we have received his righteousness, we are children of God who will be with our Father forever.
That’s wonderful! But, some might ask, what’s in it for menow?
Though most Christians don’t ask this question in polite company, many have wondered. Aren’t there some tangible, present-time benefits of being a Christian? Or must we wait entirely for heaven?
We Have Left Our Home
Jesus addresses this matter with his disciples on the heels of his interaction with the rich ruler in Luke 18. The ruler wants todo somethingto inherit eternal life, and Jesus pokes his finger where it hurts.
When Jesus heard this, he said to him, “One thing you still lack. Sell all that you have and distribute to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come…
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Jesus is indeed worthy! From Randy Alcorn and Eternal Perspectives Ministries……………
Contentment is a very important thing for all Christians to possess! From Reformation21……..