You are created in the image of God. This article looks at the state of man as an image-bearer after the fall into sin. It shows from Genesis 3 how sin impacted us in our relationship with God, as well as in our thinking, our behaviour, our judgment, and our relation to creation.
You are created in the image of God. This article looks at the state of man as an image-bearer before the fall. It considers what we can learn about the image of God from two sources: nature and Scripture.
This article discusses the coming day of judgment at the second coming of Christ. It shows that everyone will appear before the judgment seat of Christ, both believers and unbelievers. Believers can face this day with great comfort.
This article looks at the ushering of the great apostasy before the second coming of Christ. As many will fall away from Christ and the church, this article points to how the church should respond in such a time before the parousia.
Internet pornography is an issue] in the church. This article shows how families and churches can fight against this threat: teach the heart, realize the danger of internet pornography in promoting illicit relationships, repent, and protect.
Your words say something about you and your walk with God. Looking at the different biblical texts, this article show how our communication reveals our nature, our thoughts about others, and our walk with God. It also shows how we can use words effectively.
From John 10:7, this article shows that when Jesus said, "I am the door of the sheep," he was pointing to himself as the means to receiving eternal life, the source of knowledge of God, and the fount of spiritual nourishment.
When Jesus Christ stood and said "I am," he was pointing to his deity. From John 6:35 this article shows that when Jesus said "I am the bread of life," he was pointing to himself as fundamental to life, as the fulfiller of life, and as the formula to life.
Is exclusive psalmody what the church should hold to? This article shows that while singing Psalms should be valued, hymns should not be excluded. God’s people have a mandate to compose and sing hymns.
The book of Psalms is all about Christ. This article shows how the Psalms point to Christ as the King, Mediator, Son of God, High Priest, and how Christ fulfills the experience and longings of the psalmists.
Why is there something and not nothing? This article looks at the answers given by the theory of evolution and the biblical account of creation. It shows that at stake are not facts that are clashing, but worldviews that are clashing.
Can attending church be dangerous? From Ecclesiastes 5:1-7 this article shows that church is not a place for careless minds, unrepentant hearts, or rash promises. This is not to discourage you from going to church, but to encourage you.
Believers can confess the reality of the resurrection of Christ because of the empty tomb, the appearances of Christ after His resurrection, and the witness of the disciples. Also, experiencing spiritual resurrection confirms the reality of the physical resurrection.
Christians will experience hurt and offence. How should they respond? First of all, Christians are allowed to grieve. Also, they have a Father to run to, they should pray for their enemies, and they should forgive.
Worship should be regulated by Scripture, be relevant, real, reverent, and respectable. These are the essentials to bring in to the worship wars to try to settle the war. Let this article explain them.
Revealing the message of Ecclesiastes 2, this article shows that meaning in life cannot be found by pursuing pleasure in wine, women, or work. It is only through pursuing godly wisdom that meaning is found.
Paul’s conversion led him to realize that in Christ there are unsearchable riches, as he recorded in Ephesians 3:8. This article shows that these riches are found in the person and work of Christ, as well as his union with his people.
The impact of liberalism and modernism on the church has been substantial. They have undermined the church’s confidence in God’s Word. This article shows that confidence can be restored only by God when the church upholds the authority of Scripture.
Wrong views about marriage and wrong behaviour within marriage are the main contributions to divorce. This article shows that understanding the purpose of marriage, its origin, the union required in it, and the practice of love are essential to curbing divorce.
This article show it is not experience that validates the truth, but the truth that validates the experience. Christian experience is invariably built upon the unchanging foundations laid by the inspired writers.