All over the world, heroes and heroines who sacrifice themselves for others are especially honored.
God’s salvation for humankind is all in the Bible. Coming to know the Lord Jesus personally is as simple as these seven steps.
Have any members of THE TATOR FAMILY joined your church?
Are you 100 percent committed to Christ? If you can answer “Yes” to this question and you have completely surrendered to Him, you must be prepared for attacks from the enemy.
Most contemporary psychologists would have us believe that “a guilty conscience” stems from one’s environmental conditioning. That is to suggest that if parents bred strong moral ethics into their children they would grow to mirror their ideals. However, this concept is over-simplistic, for it assumes that all children today enjoy godly, nuclear family environments.
This code was first set forth by President Eisenhower on August 17, 1955 and reaffirmed July 8, 1964 in the Department of Defense Directive #1300. Its tradition dates back to the Revolutionary War. As we honor the brave men and women on Armed Forces Day, let’s also pray for them and realize the sacrifices that they are making.
The analogy of flowing rivers permeates Scripture. From the first chapter of the Bible to the last, the symbolism of flowing rivers is prominent.
In Galatians 5:13, Paul has already stated that one is not to abuse his or her liberty in Christ to indulge in carnal activities, but rather to serve one another in love.
Our sinful 21st century world is worthy of judgment, having largely rejected the Gospel message for two millennia. But while judgment is indeed an aspect of His mission, here John points out the entire work of Christ does not center on world judgment.
John encourages his reader to “walk in the light” (I John 1:7). But we must take steps to ensure that our walk lines up with our talk. Truly walking in the Spirit means that our walk does match our talk.