How often do we say, "I am sorry"? These are some of the most important words we can say. Just imagine how much better your life could be if only you would tell a few more people that you are sorry for something you did, didn't do. Maybe you are just sorry that "something" happened … Continue reading “I Am Sorry”
The Nature of Sin Only two books and four chapters of the Bible do not mention sin. This arrangement helps us to understand God’s desire for mankind—an existence without sin. However, the center of the Book focuses upon mankind’s struggle with sin and God’s ultimate path to victory over sin. Satan and sin are the … Continue reading The Nature of Sin
Gospel meetings are great things! I love what we call "Gospel Meetings." They may be called Gospel Meetings, protracted meetings (in days gone by), Gospel efforts, series of meetings, or Revivals by some. Whatever you want to call them, I love them. These special efforts are wonderful opportunities for edification and evangelism for the entire … Continue reading Gospel Meetings
"In that resurrection morning we shall meet him in the air. We shall rise! Hallelujah! We shall rise!" Paul made the great declaration of Christian hope--"Just as we have borne the image of the man of dust we shall also bear the image of the man of heaven" (1 Corinthians 15:49). Christians spend their lives trying … Continue reading We Shall Rise
Peter understood that the Scriptures came from God. He began the selection of a new apostle by appealing to the inspired Word. “Brothers’ the Scripture had to be fulfilled, which the Holy Spirit spoke beforehand by the mouth of David concerning Judas” (Acts 1:16). He continues to quote from the Psalms to show that another … Continue reading How Did Peter Understand and Apply Inspiration?
“What is man that thou art mindful of him?” (Psalm 8:4). What is mankind? The science of anthropology studies the physical, social, and economic aspects of humanity. However, we must also study the spiritual aspects of human kind. After all, are the spiritual questions not far more important than the physical? Isn’t the after life … Continue reading The Nature of Mankind
You have probably seen the incredible story of the restoration of "The Tomb of the Holy Seplechure" where many believe Jesus's body was laid to rest for three days before being raised again. This is the fundamental doctrine of Christianity. But if there is no resurrection of the dead, neither hath Christ been raised: and … Continue reading Why I Believe in the Resurrection of Jesus.