Words are powerful, and changing one word can either enhance or damage the understanding of a biblical concept.
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'God has put us here on this earth at this moment, when we have access to all these tools that can reach people all over the world.'
Many preachers try to motivate and inspire their congregation when often the Holy Spirit desires to bring conviction.
The truth goes back to Mark 2:27.
Do you want more of God? If so, you must love the glory of God.
We have to be prepared.
We should examine two words in the ancient languages that translate "glory."
A Messianic rabbi breaks down the spiritual significance of Jesus' Jewish roots.
Simeon correctly predicted certain aspects of Jesus' ministry.
To show that they desired this atoning sacrifice, pilgrims to Jerusalem would wear white.
Christianity is not only a world religion or a worldview; it's the life-changing, soul-saving, eternity-altering truth about Jesus Christ.
Most theistic worldviews acknowledge the difference between the creator and the created, but there is no savior.
The three titles that the angel used to describe Jesus each tell us something important about the identity of Jesus Christ.
"Jerusalem will be trampled by the Gentiles." What?
Since it is such a common story, people are prone to change the meaning based on their personal worldview, rather than allow the real meaning to change their worldview.
It's an important biblical moment.
Like Jesus, we're not to separate ourselves from the world, and we're not to enter into the world to participate in its sin and folly.
Mormons believe that God the Father is a flesh-and-blood physical being who had actual intimate relations with Mary and impregnated her as a result. The Bible doesn't teach that at all.
For one, there's a difference between a person becoming God and God becoming a person.
"We need to remember that God gave Bible prophecy to us not to scare us, but to prepare us and not to make us anxious, but to make us aware of what's happening and to call us to live godly lives in light of that."