The Lord had one of the most counterintuitive recruitment programs of all time. As great as the need was, you would think He would take anyone who was willing. But it was the need that made Jesus so particular.
Have you ever been to a restaurant and tried something that was so good you just had to tell your friends about it? The problem is that when you did, your words just could not fully convey the experience. Finally, you said: “You have to try it for yourself and you’ll see!” The Psalmist was … Continue reading Taste and See
When Jesus answered the disciples' question about who would be greatest in His kingdom, His answer probably surprised them all.
Believers serve a risen Savior and their eyes are on that Eternal City. Given what is at stake, we do not have time for detours.
False teachers are always on the lookout for unstable souls and these teachers don't just exist on TV or the Internet. They're in our churches. Our best defense against them is still the truth.
Peter tells us that false teachers will use plastic words to get to our paper money (or plastic credit cards). If you want to know if a teacher is false, follow the money.
The dangerous thing about false teachers is that not only have they themselves chosen to reject God’s gift of salvation through Christ, but they have chosen to convince others to do the same.