Proofs that the Bible Stands True

A part of the Bible Eternal series + The destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple (A.D. 70) was predicted by Jesus over 40 years before it happened. -Matthew 21:5-6, 20   + The first destruction of Jerusalem (B.C. 586) was predicted by Isaiah and Jeremiah from 50 - 100 years before it happened. - Isaiah … Continue reading Proofs that the Bible Stands True


The Coin of Repentance

Every coin has two sides. If it doesn't have one side, it's no longer a coin. So it is with repentance. There are two sides; namely, saying and doing. The 'saying' part is your verbal confession that you have committed a sin. This is directed to whomever, be it God or man, who you have … Continue reading The Coin of Repentance

Does God Have Time to Answer Prayer?

Some say God is already too busy, so don't bother him. Others say you can pray to Him in an emergency, because He cares, but is otherwise too busy. Still others say that since God is perfect, He can adjust his time schedule to fit in all our prayer requests. But are any of these … Continue reading Does God Have Time to Answer Prayer?

Steps to Having Peace in Christ

(Some ideas taken from Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's Steps to Peace With God. Quotations taken from the NET version of the Bible.) God loves you and wants you to experience abundant peace and life. "For this is the way God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes … Continue reading Steps to Having Peace in Christ

How to Follow Jesus

Today's Study: How to follow Jesus Reading: Romans 10:6-11 {10:6} But the righteousness which is of faith speaks this: say not in your heart, "Who will go up into heaven?" (that is, to bring Christ down from above), {10:7} or, "Who shall descend into the depths of the earth?" (that is, to bring up Christ … Continue reading How to Follow Jesus

Why We Need Jesus

Today's Study: Why We Need Jesus Reading: Genesis 1-3 Study: Read Genesis 1-3. It tells us of how God created the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1:1). Repeatedly, it recounts how good it was in the beginning (Genesis 1:4, Genesis 1:10, Genesis 1:12, Genesis 1:18, Genesis 1:21, Genesis 1:25, and Genesis 1:31). Then, it tells … Continue reading Why We Need Jesus