As I get older, my goal setting becomes more inward focused. I desire to be a better, “Husband. Father. Grand Father. Great Grand Father.” I am including these annual goals, however, I am adding a new, single goal for 2022. “I Want to Be More Consistent.” Let me explain.
These shepherds were the first to worship Jesus, and they were the first evangelists of the Christian era.
It is very important to understand the history of Paul. In his own words, he describes himself as: “I am verily a man which am a Jew, born in Tarsus, a city in Cilicia, yet brought up in this city at the feet of Gamaliel, and taught according to the perfect manner of the law … Continue reading What did the Apostle Paul believe concerning the Gospel of Grace as the one and only means of Salvation?
Can a person who professes salvation through Jesus Christ ever lose their salvation? The Apostle Paul attacks this problem in the Book of Romans.
As a pastor of a Baptist church, you might be thinking that I should not be writing this blog for the world to see. My job could be at risk. However, I would like to explain. My wife Linda reads through the Bible every year. Every Year! She has a reading plan that she enjoys … Continue reading I Don’t Like Reading the Bible
One of the tools in Bible study is to look for "if...then" statements. These statements are key to understanding some passages. This article looks at the epistle of First John to better understand how "If...then" statements can be used as a tool during your Bible Study.
This is what is stressing people about the coronavirus: the unknown. If you are not aware of what I am talking about, just visit your local grocer where shelves are empty of bread, peanut butter and toilet paper.
The book of Daniel is a wonderful mix of history and eschatology (eschatology is theological study of the final events of history of man and the universe). It is commonly referred to as the study of the "end times." The second chapter contains the first dream of king Nebuchadnezzar
The Jewish Nation knew what characteristics the Messiah would have and have been looking for him for thousands of years.
Gregg R. Allison, in his book titled, "50 Core Truths of the Christian Faith* described doctrine having four applications. I found his idea intreaging and therefore include his thoughts on the matter. Doctrine is believed. Orthodoxy is true belief, or sound doctrine.Doctrine is practiced. Orthopraxis is right practice, or godly living.Doctrine is confessed. Confession is … Continue reading The Four Applications of Doctrine.