It has been said that atheism is the end result of a discouraged life. Yet no one dies as an atheist, for they must meet their Maker. When they stand before Him, they are no longer atheists.
In the gospels there are several stories of sick or lame people who call out to Jesus to heal them. They knew—beyond a shadow of a doubt—that if Jesus would touch them, they would be healed. They expected that a positive change would take place in their lives.
Jesus constantly commands Believers to GO and do things:
here are some examples……
The Son of God is represented in every book of the Bible through the use of illustrations, symbolism, imagery, figurative language, characters, allegorization, allusions, metaphors, personification, and parables.
What we speak is incredibly powerful. Jesus said that in our mouths we have the words of life and death. What we speak can either encourage in love or condemn. It can destroy or rebuild.
As Christians, we are not promised boring lives, full of drudgery and misery and boredom. Rather, as Peter says, we must prepare our minds to action.
There is an invisible world around us. Every day we unknowingly interact with it, through our actions and the choices we make. Every choice is an opportunity to invest in one of two worlds.
God opens doors from the inside: He must turn the latch
We are commanded to wear armor. 2 Corinthians 10:3-6 states that we do not wage war as the world does, but we fight a spiritual battle against the strongholds of evil.
Freedom. It is a concept that men throughout history have sweated, fought, bled, and died for. But true freedom is only found in Christ.