When we repent and surrender our lives to Christ, our sin – every sin we have ever committed is gone.
The writer of Hebrews exhorts us to move on, to walk in maturity.
His promise of a full, abundant life is for the present and in spite of our circumstances.
God’s Word says that His children need to trust Him and stand firm through anything that might come at them.
We need to be willing to put in the time training and allowing God to mold us for His plans for us.
We are created to do good works. God has prepared them in advance for us to do.
No one has a perfect marriage. Even the most godly people we know experience problems in their marriages.
The world should see that we are set apart and holy.
The writings of Christians of old consistently reveal that we need to focus our heart on the Lord.
When we die to self to serve others and submit ourselves to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, we exhibit humility.