The phrase, “Let go, and let God.” is not biblical; not only because it promotes a hands off approach to taking responsibility for your own actions, but it is also unbiblical simply because its teaching is not found in the Bible. The bible does not teach that the child of God is to merely give … Continue reading Let Go and Let God
Last week I had a conversation with a man who reminded me of the dangers of legalism. In our conversation, this man, who grew up in the Church shared what his experience was like growing up in a church where you needed to “keep yourself saved.” Since the age nineteen, this man, who is now … Continue reading The Gospel Saves; Not Legalism
When was the last time you hung out with a group of new people that you thought could someday develop into a close friendship? How did your interaction with them turn out? Were you your bare bones self or did you tense up and hold back? Long-term established relationships are difficult enough, let alone trying […]
We live in a world filled with evil. I think that goes without saying. One only has to open up a news paper or turn on the television to see all kinds of evil acts take place, and the evil you hear about is not just happening oversee’s but it’s happening right here in the … Continue reading God is holding evil back…for now.
Romans 2:3-4–“And do you think this, O man, you who judge those practicing such things, and doing the same, that you will escape the judgment of God? Or do you despise the riches of His goodness, Forbearance, and longsuffering, not knowing that the goodness of God leads you to repentance?” In this passage, Paul, after … Continue reading Gleaning through Romans: Romans 2:3-4
When was the last time you got into a fight? As I thought about that question I can honestly say that I don’t remember the last physical altercation that I was involved with in recent history, other than “the fight” I got into at lunch in grade school, which resulted in me kneeing some kid … Continue reading Every Christian has been called to fight