Christ’s Reflection in Ecclesiastes is Seen Beyond the Words of Despair

The 30-minute video below was released this morning by the Christ in Prophecy program produced by Lamb & Lion Ministries. Co-hosts Tim Moore and Nathan Jones welcome Robert Morgan who pastors a church in Tennessee. In their discussion they note that although the book of Ecclesiastes reflects some words of discouragement and despair, it ultimately... Continue Reading →

Christ is Restorer of the Spiritually Disabled

Being in the right place at the right time can reap a load of godly benefits. That's one of several spiritual truths brought to light in verses 6-11 of Luke 6 when the Lord Jesus Christ healed the man with the withered hand. The man, in the midst of his disability, was drawn to seek... Continue Reading →

God’s Anointing Empowers Us to Be Sure of Our Salvation

Christians walking in the full assurance of their faith, knowing that they're saved without any doubts, is such a vital concept within Christ's ministry that he had Paul, Peter, and John touch on the subject in their epistles. Paul expressed it in 2 Corinthians 13 where he stated the following: 5 Examine yourselves, whether ye be... Continue Reading →

Astronomer Jason Lisle Explains Creationism’s Role in Evangelism

This past Sunday (March 6), Christian astronomer Dr. Jason Lisle was guest speaker at Calvary Chapel Stone Mountain. In this hour-long video, Lisle starts with the Lord Jesus Christ's great commission at the end of Matthew. He then explains how and why it's important for Christians to be able to defend Genesis and how that... Continue Reading →

Good Godly Religion Often Pays Off in Academic Achievements

Ilana Horwitz, an assistant professor at Tulane University, recently released a book that notes her findings in a study of students that she did. When she examined the students' lifestyles, Horwitz discovered that "young people who pray and attend church regularly, see religion as very important and believe in God with absolute certainty are more... Continue Reading →

Skills Forged in Hardships, But Used By God’s Holiness

In Exodus 31, the Bible introduces us to two impressive, skillful, and talented men--Bezaleel and Aholiab. Trained to be craftsmen while in the oppressive bondage of Egypt, when God freed them with the rest of Israel, he revealed where all their skill really came from and laid out the higher purpose for why their talents... Continue Reading →

God’s Word, Obedience, and Godly Fear Should Unleash a Spark in Our Spirits

When the Israelite captives returned to Judah to rebuild Jerusalem, for a brief period they worked excitedly and feverishly to get a lot of the construction work done. Then they took their eyes off the Lord and what he told them to do, allowing their enemies, the heathen government, and apathy discourage them from moving... Continue Reading →

Remember Lot’s Wife… So As To Never Become Like Her

She most likely was a woman who was given to compromise. In the end, it was obvious she lacked godly wisdom and knowledge with a rebellious heart against God. I'm talking about Lot's wife, whose bad choices and ungodly mentality led to her shocking, catastrophic demise, being turned into a pillar of salt during the... Continue Reading →

5 Bible Verses Christian Apologists Should Understand

Christian apologist Bobby Conway of One Minute Apologist Ministries just released this 25-minute practical video today. In the video, he takes time to discuss five Bible verses dealing with five situations that often come up when we as Christians are put in a position to understand, explain, and defend our faith. Despite Conway explaining most... Continue Reading →

Bible Scholar Dismisses Biblical Inerrancy

Is the Bible inerrant? Is it without errors or misstatements in it's moral and spiritual teachings and in its historical facts? Religion professor Geoffrey Smith of the University of Texas at Austin doesn't think so, according to his July 20 opinion piece. Smith points out that those who believe the Bible is without error, like... Continue Reading →

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