The Praise Of God

He who is mighty is the one who is able to save, to deliver, to protect, to provide. He is the one who can do all things, who is uniquely mighty. Has done great things for me. I want you to make this personal. He has done great things in history. He has done great things collectively. He has done great things for others, and He has and will do great things for you personally!

How Could A Loving God Send People To Hell?

The question of “how could a loving God send people to hell?” is an important question, and I would venture to say that it is the most important question we have covered so far because it deals with the nature of God, the nature of humanity, and the nature of eternity. These things together drive us into the heart of the Gospel, leading to a choice of placing our trust in Christ. So let’s look at these three points together. The first being the divine nature of God.

How Could A Loving God Allow So Much Suffering?

There are two types of suffering: the suffering you choose and the suffering that chooses you. The suffering you choose results from things like breaking the law, drinking too much, going to the gym, or buying a cat. This type of suffering is easy to explain and understand; very few people blame God for this type of suffering. The suffering that chooses you comes from things like wars, natural disasters, diseases, premature death, or childhood abuse. The suffering that chooses us is the suffering that we struggle with the most. In this type of suffering, people are more prone to ask the question that we are dealing with today: “How could a loving God allow so much suffering?

Doesn’t The Bible Condone Slavery?

First, ancient slavery was not yoked to racial hierarchy. Hagar was an Egyptian slave to Hebrews; Joseph was a Hebrew slave to Egyptians. Second, it was common for people to sell themselves into slavery, as it represented a form of employment and was preferable to destitution. Third, while many slaves in the ancient world undoubtedly suffered the kind of brutality and exploitation experienced by many enslaved Africans in America, advancement was also possible within the slave status and beyond—even to the point of becoming a senior civil servant.

Isn’t Christianity Homophonic?

Homosexuality and the Bible have been a controversial and somewhat complex topic in the recent past. The subject has split families, churches, and entire denominations. Yet, even though the topic in our modern context is difficult, it is addressed in the scriptures. In this message, we look at what they say and how they would instruct us in our thinking, actions, and interactions.

How Can You Take The Bible Literally?

There’s a fundamental misunderstanding that’s often occurring when someone asks how we can take the Bible literally. What’s assumed is that in order to take the Bible truthfully, we have to take every word in it as literally as possible. But to do so is actually to disregard how God is communicating truth! So, hear me, and hear me clearly: there is no Christian who takes the Bible literally, word for word.

Human Life

We are all a traveler in this world, in other words, we live temporarily in this world, life is short. Life is short and some people have a good life, but some people are struggling. Some people are happy and some are sad. Some people are succeeded, and some are failing. Some are rich and some are poor. Some people have a good shelter, but some people don’t have a house to live in. Some people are educated, but some are not. This is happening in this world, and this is human life.