A brief word on a neglected but central aspect of the role of the Holy Spirit within Christ’s churches.
“What good does it do a man if he gains the whole world but forfeits his own soul?” (Matt 16:26). If you are successful in the world, never let this question cease to haunt you.
This pastoral passage was first written for LRBC on March 1 2015. “Do not quench the Spirit”, Paul […]
This pastoral passage was first written for LRBC on March 29 2015. A while back I wrote about […]
This pastoral passage was first written for LRBC on February 15 2015. In last week’s Bible study with […]
A major goal of First John is to help us have assurance in our faith.
Grumbling and unbelief are the two sins that Israel committed in their wilderness journey that we must take care not to fall into.
Israel’s journey through the wilderness in Exodus and Numbers can be likened to the Christian life.
That anyone could commit the act of adultery while on honeymoon is almost beyond belief. Yet the incident of the golden calf in Exodus 32 was exactly that.
It is because we may pray in Jesus’ name that we can expect our prayers to be heard by God the Father.