The distinctions between sin, iniquity and transgression are subtle. Can you explain what each is and the impact of each on man’s relationship with God?
Do Christians have the image of God? What does it mean to be His image bearers? How should we understand this?
The popular Christmas song, “The 12 Days of Christmas” celebrates the days from Jesus’ birth until the Wise Men arrived. But did the Wise Men arrive 12 days after Christmas?
Jonathan Edwards is long remembered for a great body of theological works, but it’s likely you might not have read his New Year’s resolutions. Read Now…
The wise men brought three gifts: gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Were these men three kings? And, what did the gifts represent? Each tells something about Jesus.
How did the wise men know this was the Messiah? Why did they follow a star? What is the lesson for us in what they did?
Who were these men? Were there only three? From where did the three Wise Men come? Why did Herod fear them?
What biblical foundation (other than giving thanks) is there for Thanksgiving Day? It might just surprise you. Is Thanksgiving Day biblical?
Joseph pre-figured, foreshadowed, and whispered of the Anointed One who would come to deliver His people. Read all the ways Joseph was a type of Christ.
Jesus was the Miracle-Man. God worked through Him to show His power and might. But do we know how many miracles Jesus did?
To witness to Mormons, know what they believe. They have their own books with teachings that contradict the Christian Bible.
The Five Solas are 5 Latin phrases that summarize the theological convictions about essential beliefs in the Christian faith. They originate from…
Did Jesus forbid repeating prayers: “do not use vain repetitions as the heathen do. For they think that they will be heard for their many words” (Matt 6:7)
From conception to one’s final breath, life is a gift from our Creator God to be cherished and protected.
Is Jeremiah 17:9 appropriate to apply to Christians? Wouldn’t it be a contradiction of what Christ has done for us?
Typology in the Bible helps us understand God’s Word. The three harvests of Israel offer typology that points to the bodily resurrection of all people.
Biblical typology is extremely helpful in reading God’s Word and understanding His plan and purpose for the redemption of man and restoration of the world.
The great love chapter is 1 Corinthians 13. It speaks of Faith, Hope, and Love. But why is love said to be the greatest of the three?
There’s a 9/11 story that most have never heard. It’s a story of one who lives because another took his place. It’s a story of faith and hope. Watch now.
What about the keys of death and Hell? Did Satan have such power before Jesus’ death? What does the Bible say?
All Christians desire to see the face of God. But what will God look like? When we look at His face what will we see? Does the Bible tell us?
Do we need to overcome to go to Heaven? Does Revelation 3:5 suggest we do not have a secure promise of Heaven. How should we understand this verse?
Some claim that even the faith it takes to believe in Jesus, unto salvation, is given to us by God. Is that true? Is it given to some, but not to others?
The book, the Book of Life, and the Lamb’s Book are all mentioned in Scripture. How many books are there? What do we understand about these books?
We might not all be evangelists by vocation, but all Christians are called to evangelize and preach the gospel. It’s easier than you think. Find out now…
Sometimes it does feel like God is far away. But is God really far from us? And if not, why do we all experience a feeling of distance sometimes?
Two verses in the Bible seem to contradict each other. One says David killed Goliath, the other says it was Elhanan. Is there an error?
SHARE THE COLORS OF SALVATION WITH A CHILD! Or, take a minute today and remember the simplicity of the message of saving grace by which God saved your soul.
The Gospel accounts tell about the same things, but each differently. How should we understand God’s purpose & plan in revealing Jesus in the Gospels?
A shepherd uses a rod and staff — each for a specific purpose. Do you understand how the Lord’s rod and staff can comfort you as promised in Ps 23?