Ecclesiastes teaches there is more to success than overcoming challenges and realizing goals. In one brief but profound six-word sentence, Solomon provides the defining secret for meaning and fulfillment in life.
While world leaders have pondered approaches and formulas for making nations great, Solomon—who was known for his God-given wisdom—articulated the essence of national greatness in just four words.
The Lord Jesus on the same night in which He was betrayed took bread; and when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, ‘Take, eat; this is My body which is broken for you; do this in remembrance of Me.’
The outward expression of our faith is bound up in doing good to others—not works-based salvation, but rather salvation-based works.
For the past decade, I have taught that the elements of the predicted alliance in Ezekiel 38 could occur at any time. In 2015, one significant piece of the puzzle fell into place. . .
Without a God’s-eye view of Israel, perceptions can be easily skewed. People of faith must be serious about getting the historical facts right and communicating biblical truth.
Commonly called “The Lord’s Prayer,” Jesus emphasized the personal nature of prayer. Prayer is not speaking to an impersonal force, but literally to “Our Father in heaven” who always seeks the welfare of His children and always does what is right.
Our prayers should not only thank God for what He has already done, but also anticipate what He will do in answer to our petitions.
At a set time, all Christians will hear the reverberating shout of the Lord—accompanied by the mighty voice of the archangel and the invigorating trump of God—as Christ descends in the clouds for the church.
The context surrounding Imminent Rapture teaching contains practical instruction concerning how we should live in light of the blessed hope.