We have all heard, “the Bible says money is the root of all evil.” But that’s not what it says. A Parable of the Poor Christian and the Tax Collector.
Is it possible for Satan to actually put thoughts in our minds? Can we tell if sinful thoughts are from ourselves or from Satan?
A rock too big to move is a popular question. The challenge inherent in this question is whether there is something God cannot do. Get the answer.
Many have used 2 Chronicles 7:14 as a promise that if we do as it says, God will heal America? Is that true?
Christians talk a lot about the Holy Spirit–and that’s good! But what about the human spirit? Does the Bible speak about the spirit of man?
Many will say, “We’re all God’s Children” with the intended meaning that everyone on earth is a child of God. That’s not really true.
The New Testament gives more than enough names and titles for Jesus, our Lord. Know the names and know Him better.
“The Hound of Heaven,” has a very interesting background. Find out where it originated and hear the epic poem read. It’s been described as “the most magnificent poem ever written in English.”
How can we be assured from Scripture that our salvation is secure. What’s the “road map” of eternal security?
God sent fire from Heaven in the judgment of man’s sinfulness. Find out how many instances of fire from Heaven are recorded in the Bible.
Will all people be saved? There are verses that seem to say that. How should we understand such verses? Is there salvation for all?
A.W. Pink, in “Gleanings from Genesis,” reveals the ways in which the life of Joseph is a foreshadow of Jesus, our Lord and Saviour.
The Bible reveals Jesus as Lord and Saviour and as King in the Kingdom of God and in the Kingdom of Heaven. How do these two kingdoms differ?
As Christian parents and grandparents, it’s important that we teach our children about God, beginning at a very young age.
Don't you just love the wisdom of others? Some of the pithy sayings or the obvious truths spoken by friends, family and even people we've never met can cause us to stop and ponder. It's Important to Ponder "Ponder" is a word that is seldom used in our day, and it's a...
Compare the Abrahamic and the New Covenant. Compare the sign of circumcision in both covenants and the significance of circumcision in both.
“The Obsolete Man” (The Twilight Zone) has a prophetic message. Is logic an enemy? Truth a menace? See what can happen when power corrupts.
How should we understand these names of God? What about I AM (Ehyeh)? Jehovah (also Yehovah) is the anglicized version of the name Yahweh….
What is the difference between the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of God? How should we understand these two kingdoms?
The Bible records Jesus’ words. Are these words accurately recorded? How did the Gospel writers remember all that Jesus said?
Shavuot is a harvest feast celebrated 50 days after Passover. The church calls it Pentecost. What typology/symbolism points to the Rapture?
What are the five major worldviews? Do they answer life’s questions? Does one’s worldview define one’s thinking and direct one’s life?
God knew when He created Adam that he would sin. So why did God create man? Is there an answer to this? What does the Bible tell us?
Jesus is the Good, Great, and Chief Shepherd. What do we know about this Chief Shepherd? Where is He revealed in the Bible?
Learn the names of God that are found in Psalm 23. This short teaching uncovers 11 names in The Great Shepherd Psalm. Find them now!
What does coram deo mean? Do you live your life corem deo? Ponder this subject and consider how you can live this way.
Jesus suffered greatly on the cross, so why do we call it Good Friday? What makes this day of darkness and death “good?”
Psalm 22 is a prophetic psalm. But are David’s words really about Jesus? How do we know he was inspired to write a prophecy of the cross?
An Easter Finger Puzzle: A fun way to teach children some key facts about the Last Supper, Good Friday, and Resurrection Sunday.
There are many reasons why Friday was not likely the day the Lord was crucified. A reader asks about a Thursday crucifixion and we answer.