Forgiveness is the soil in which spiritual fruits and divine blessings are cultivated. This article explains that extending forgiveness to others brings great blessings upon the Christian life.
This article shows that the church is the most precious institution on earth, because it demanded the highest price ever paid for anything—the blood of Christ. Furthermore, the church is like heaven on earth, in the sense that this is where God's will is done on earth.
This article explains how the church is being built by the Lord Jesus Christ.
This article discusses 2 Timothy 3:10-14, which encourages the preacher to appreciate those believers who have gone before him.
This article makes a case for long-term ministry in one place. It offers four suggestions that may enable one to sustain such a ministry.
This article features some of the major characteristics of the decree of God, with ample biblical support.
Chapter 2 addresses man’s ill-motivated interest in heaven, angels, and the afterlife. Much of this interest flows from gullible superstition, Gnosticism, occultism, or New Age philosophies. The author examines popular claims to near-death experiences, including Todd Burpo’s claims to being a visitor to heaven.
What is heaven and what might it be like? Heaven is often associated with the life hereafter. In chapter 1 of this book, the author attempts to explain why every major religion and every significant culture in human history has had some notion of heaven or “paradise.” Different names are used: nirvana, Elysium, Valhalla, Utopia, Shangri-La, etc.