Christians are human and make mistakes. Here’s how that makes sense in God’s plan for the human race. Continue reading ““Bad” Christians”
It’s worth reading the book of Proverbs even if you aren’t religiously inclined, as it offers solid principles which we all could do well to live by. Here are some which offer diamonds for practical living.
The Tabernacle, the purported physical dwelling place of the Bible-god, surprisingly reads more like a hotel for dining than a place of worship.
Most young people are sociable and, for many, web sites that provide social networking seem like the ideal place to connect. MySpace is extremely popular. However, many parents who have observed its content have concerns over pictures that have been posted, who their child might be communicating with, or the possibility of their child doing something immoral. Continue reading “14 Christian Alternatives to MySpace”
In pastoring I occasionally meet individuals who are plagued with the haunting thought, “If God has predestined people, has He chosen me to go to hell?” The very thought that one is damned and nothing can be done about it can be very tortuous. To some, this clashes with the idea that God is loving and good.
With shootings, murders, violence and all sorts of crime on the increase, many wonder why things are so bad in our times. While each individual is primarily responsible for their own actions, Satan’s realm, the kingdom of darkness, is an often neglected source of influence. However, we can take action.
Why can’t we see God. Where do we find Him? God has many son’s and daughters. Continue reading “Where is God”
No matter what kind of storm life brings your way, never forget that you are, through Jesus Christ, who God says you are. Continue reading “You are Who God Says You are”
Several events and phrases have been converted from the bible into everyday usage. Find out how some of them can be dead wrong.
Ezekiel was a prophet in the Bible. He saw visions of God. Continue reading “Ezekiel’s Vision”