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Abba is commonly said to mean “daddy,” but does it really mean that? And should we pray, addressing God as “Father God”?
Shavuot is the second of three mandatory pilgrim feasts, celebrated on the 50th day after the barley harvest of Passover. The church calls it Pentecost. How should we understand the typology and symbolism of this feast? Is it prophetic?
Is Hell real? What does the Bible tell us about this place that is a place of torment?
If Christians are promised Heaven when they die, then why do some say a place called Purgatory exits? And what about the place of Limbo? What does the Bible say about these places?
Our most popular YouTube video with well over 1 million views. Listen to the bagpipes proclaim the grace of God and watch this moving tribute to those who gave their all. This is guaranteed to touch your heart.
There are core doctrines that all Christians must know and accept. What are they? IVDAR is an easy way to remember the doctrines of faith.
Doubts and questions about God and the Bible are nothing new. There have always been skeptics. It’s true that we cannot prove God by sight, but what do we need to know?
Hope can seem elusive sometimes, but it’s so vital to our walk by faith and our walk with God that we must understand it. Find out what it means to walk in hope.
Alex McFarland explains relativism and why words matter.
We love our moms and they love us with a love that is so like God’s love — abundant, sacrificial, and unending — AMAZING LOVE!
Walking by faith is possible because we never walk alone. Read what it means to WALK WITH GOD and watch a moving video of “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
We walk by faith, not by sight, and yet our faith is not blind. Sound confusing? So how should we understand walking by faith?
Some question whether Mark 16:9-20 should be in the Bible. It’s not there in some of the earliest manuscripts. Should Mark 16 end at verse 8?
The Last Supper took place on what we call Maundy Thursday. What does that mean? What should we know about that night? Watch, The Basin and The Towel.
Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” refers to biblical history, but is it a God-honoring song? Does it reflect or contradict biblical accounts?
John Bunyan’s book “The Pilgrim’s Progress” has equipped, encouraged and empowered Christians for more than 400 years. Watch and be inspired by the story of Christian, a pilgrim on his journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City.
Truth for a New Generation & Reasons for Hope* JESUS Grow in Truth and Hope Christian apologistsAlex McFarland & Shari Abbott provide Truth for a New Generation and Reasons for Hope— both found only in the Lord Jesus Christ. ...
There’s a remez (hidden meaning) tucked in the words of Psalm 22. How does this psalm reveal Jesus as a worm?
Many have questions about how a virgin birth could occur. What do we know about it and why was it necessary?
The Bible tells there will be a new Heaven. Why would heaven need to be remade since God’s dwelling place is perfect and without sin?
A swimmer snatched by a whale. Then spat out by the whale. He lives to tell the story. Sound familiar? Watch it as it happened and listen to the man’s testimony. There’s an interesting “whisper” of a biblical connection at the end.
Anthropomorphism is the attribution of human characteristics, behaviors, emotions, or intentions to non-human entities (e.e. animals, objects, even cartoon characters). Read about anthropomorphism in the Bible.
Speaking in tongues is a greatly debated topic. There is, however, biblical answers and reasoning for what Christians should think about “tongues.”
For many St. Patrick’s Day is nothing more than a party. But the prayer of St. Patrick reminds us of so much more than fun and frivolity. His beautiful words will touch your heart and give rest to your soul. Read and watch now!
When life’s storms rage, there’s a calm to be found — and it’s a hope in your heart. That Hope is named Jesus. He will never leave or forsake you (Heb 13:5), so you will never walk alone.
A controversial passage is found in Genesis 6. Who were the sons of God that procreated with women and produced giants in the land?
Lent is a time of reflection and preparing our hearts for the celebration of Easter. It’s a time to remember Jesus’ last days on earth when He walked and talked with His followers. And, it’s a time to remember just how much our salvation cost God. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son” to live and die for us.
At what stage is your love for God? Understanding why God should be loved and the four degrees of love will warm your heart and produce greater love. Be inspired and move into a deeper, fuller experience of love.
God pours out His love and desires that all receive it. Understand what it means to have the extravagant love of God.
Keeping and guarding our hearts is a biblical precept and principle that helps us to walk in the newness of life in Christ. How do we keep and guard our hearts?