The Bible changes everything because its reveals God and His creation, humanity’s rebellion, God’s love and His promises, Jesus Christ’s vicarious death, burial, and resurrection to redeem us from our sins, and our eternal future. The concepts of Jesus, love, faith, grace, and heaven are central to Christian teachings and can be found throughout the Bible. Here are some verses Continue reading The Bible Changes Everything
In our Christian journey, we often encounter the beautiful tension between grace and truth, between “Yes, If” and “No, Because.” These concepts are essential to understanding God’s heart and His plan for our lives. Through exploring the Scriptures and their Hebrew and Greek meanings, we can deepen our appreciation for the delicate balance between grace and rules. Yes, If – Continue reading Yes, If & No, Because: Embracing Grace and Truth
The teaching of “taking up your cross” is about understanding the cost of discipleship. In Jesus’ era, the cross was a tool of execution, signifying great suffering and sacrifice. So, when Jesus instructs us to take up our cross, He’s conveying that being His follower requires a level of dedication that might involve self-sacrifice or hardship. The essence of this Continue reading Take up Your Cross and Follow Jesus
Before diving into the discussion of whether Satan can read our minds and influence our thoughts, it is essential to recognize that as a powerful spiritual entity, Satan can exert significant influence over people’s actions, words, and even thoughts. This is not merely a metaphorical or indirect influence; it is a direct, active involvement in the physical and spiritual realms. Continue reading Can Satan read minds and influence thoughts?
These words for “praise” in Hebrew carry more than just the simple idea of saying nice things about someone or something. They often carry strong connotations of joy, celebration, thanksgiving, and even music and dance. They remind us that the praise of God in the Bible is a dynamic, joyous, and often public declaration of who God is and what Continue reading Hebrew words of praise