Difficult Verses: 1 Cor. 10.13

Someone recently asked me to discuss 1 Cor. 10.13 as they found it a difficult verse.  No problems there, let’s do it! No temptation has overtaken you but such as is common to man; and God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will provideContinue reading “Difficult Verses: 1 Cor. 10.13”

Will We Know Each Other In Heaven? (David Reagan)

Will We Know Each Other in Heaven? By David Reagan Yes, definitely. We are told that we will have glorified bodies like the one that Jesus had after His resurrection (Philippians 3:21). Once the disciples got over the shock of His resurrection, they easily recognized Jesus whenever He appeared to them (John 21:1-7). In likeContinue reading “Will We Know Each Other In Heaven? (David Reagan)”

The Death of My Daughter (Don Krow)

by Don Krow Please don’t be upset when I say, I have the same basic needs that you have. The need for love, acceptance, communication, a solid faith in God and a purpose in life. I had a most unusual experience happen to me on December 14, 1981 which I would like to share withContinue reading “The Death of My Daughter (Don Krow)”

Christianity: A New Heart (Dag Heward-Mills)

CHRISTIANITY Read: Eziekel 36:22-28 “…that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. ” John 3:6 The difference between Christianity and every other religion is simple. Christianity claims to change the essential nature of a man. Jesus makes you a new creation. You become a brand new creature with a brand new heart. In theContinue reading “Christianity: A New Heart (Dag Heward-Mills)”

Your Debt Is Wiped Out (T L Osborn)

Your Debt Is Wiped Out Jesus assumed our guilt when He suffered the full penalty of our sins, in our name, in our place in His death for us on the cross. The entire debt against the one who believes on Christ is wiped out. Such a person shall never have to face God’s judgmentContinue reading “Your Debt Is Wiped Out (T L Osborn)”

The Cross is a Symbol of Death (A. W. Tozer)

The old cross is a symbol of death. It stands for the abrupt, violent end of a human being. The man in Roman times who took up his cross and started down the road had already said good-by to his friends. He was not coming back. He was going out to have it ended. TheContinue reading “The Cross is a Symbol of Death (A. W. Tozer)”