Having faith in Jesus Christ means that we are depending on him to help us with our problems, guide our decisions, and secure our eternal destiny.
If God does not influence someone’s behavior, motives, desires, and ambitions, an empty life is that person’s “reward.”
One of the easiest sins to commit is to view egregious sinners, who need Christ and are drawing near to hear him, with disdain, rather than with spiritual discernment and grace.
When love for others and devotion to God’s will begin to determine our behavior, we may be sure that we are children of God and siblings of the Lord Jesus.
I John 1: Thankful for Who Jesus Is
Psalm 130: God’s Gracious Forgiveness, which Moves Us to Heartfelt Confession, is a Preview of Our Future Redemption from Sin.
The Three Rs of God
Jesus: God’s Gift to Us
It’s Hard to be Humble When You’re as Great as I Am
Psalm 73: Does Righteousness Pay in a Dog-Eat-Dog World?