The Traits of a Wise Preacher

Since we are living in the last days, it should be no surprise to us that our world is full of both trustworthy, godly teachers and false teachers who get their kicks from deceiving people. This is what the Lord Jesus and his apostles prophesied would happen. Given that reality, it's in the best interest... Continue Reading →

Writings of Prophets & Apostles Stir Up Pure Minds

The apostle Peter in his second epistle expresses what should be the intent of all saints who write regarding the spiritual matters of the Christian faith. In 2 Peter 3:1-2, he states the following: This second epistle, beloved, I now write unto you; in both [epistles] which I stir up your pure minds by way... Continue Reading →

Snubbing Christ and His Apostles Makes One Susceptible to Deception

The ministry of the Lord Jesus and the ministries of his disciples, although powerful, had many struggles in common. One of their struggles was the struggle to be believed by skeptics. Both Christ and his disciples went out of their way to take actions and present teachings to prove without any doubt that they were... Continue Reading →

The Lord Jesus Gives Us the Ability to Cleanse Ourselves

None of us has the power within ourselves to save ourselves, to cleanse ourselves from all unrighteousness. If we could, it would have been unnecessary for Christ to die for our sins. However, once we repent of our sins to get saved by God's unmerited favor toward us, confessing in faith that Jesus is Lord,... Continue Reading →

Sometimes You Have To Take the Extended Route to End Up Where God Wants You

In our fast-paced world where we enjoy many conveniences that bring us results more quickly (like microwaves, cellphones, medicine, washers, dryers, search engines, etc.), it's easy to get frustrated when people or situations hinder our expected hassle-free path. Nevertheless, if we're on a journey to a place we desire to be that's in line with... Continue Reading →

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