"We've heard that before ... that Jesus did all the suffering for us on His cross. But is that what the Bible really says?"
There are over 2 billion professing Christians in the world, and yet many of them have never been born again.
Natural religion tells us the Creator has reflected His invisible nature, His attributes, in the creation.
Stop beating yourself up for past mistakes or personal flaws
Get up early and spend a little time with the Morning Star of Pentecost.
"The Oracle" will help readers know what the future holds and what the past is hiding.
No one knows the day or the hour of Christ's return, but we should still be aware of the signs around us.
"It's the first squeeze, which was probably the real top quality. I assume when the temple existed not far away, that went as a dedication to the temple—thank you, God, for giving me the abundance of what I have now."Â
Ron Allen says we can pinpoint the exact date of Jesus' birth.
Tell someone that there may only be a short time left to accept God's offer of eternal life.
"I've often said if God's not the hero of your story, then it's not a story worth telling."
"This is not mythology. The coins that we excavated today—we're talking about coins of Herod the Great, Pontius Pilate, Thestos, Felix, Agrippa the First, Agrippa the Second. The Bible talks about these people. We've got the image right here."
Creation really does point to Jesus.
Some form of catastrophe 3,700 years ago brought this to a sudden end, wiping out all of the estimated 40,000 to 65,000 people who inhabited the area at the time.
"The excessive skepticism of many liberal theologians stems not from a careful evaluation of the available data, but from an enormous predisposition against the supernatural."
Hint: It's not Dec. 25.
This ceremony was a prophetic picture of the atonement for our sins made once and forever by Jesus.
Comet 21 P brings a celestial message that amplifies the prophetic emphasis of the Feast of Trumpets.
This will inspire you to tell your friends the truth of Jesus.
This is a picture of God's judgment, commonly known as hell.