AMP and RVR 1960 COMMENTS I was reading an article this morning by P.F. Whalen, published in the American Thinker entitled Great but Imperfect Leaders. It got me to thinking about the attitude and expectations of so many “Christians” and “Non-Christians” alike. Let me try and flush this out a moment; recently at an event for veterans … More Daily Devotional – Great but Imperfect Leaders
Are People Good by Nature? 46% of “Evangelicals” Think So Unless we understand the depth of our sin, we likely won’t recognize our need for God’s saving grace. Sadly, the results from our 2020 State of Theology survey uncovers widespread confusion among Christians in America about the reality and effects of sin. Conducted in partnership with Lifeway … More Are People Good by Nature?
AMP and RVR 1960 CONTEXT: This may seem like an ugly devotional to start the week but sometimes life is ugly and better to be forewarned than forlorn. In v.1-17 Paul expounds upon the excellency of the Gospel to the church at Rome. Culminating in his final two sentences (verses) that explain the Gospel; … More Daily Devotional – God’s Wrath
I have over the last 20+ years of ministry heard every excuse imaginable for someone not liking the “Christian” faith or wanting to be associated with the Christian faith. I am sure you have heard them too, things like: “Christianity (or any religion) is just a crutch” comes from those who think they got it … More “I’m A Good Person”
Maybe it is worth the strange challenge of asking this simple question: How would I live if I had been saved by merit rather than grace? Continued at Source: If Only I Had Been Saved By Merit! – Tim Challies