How would you act if God walked up to you? What would you do? What would you say?
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The Bible is a spiritual sword. Like any weapon, you'd better know how to use it right.
Like a fisherman, the devil couldn't care less what bait we prefer. He will gladly give us sex, money, power, success, comfort, drugs, alcohol—pick a preference.
He even tried this tactic on Jesus.
Satan and demons do not share the limitations of our humanity. They do not get the flu, need a day off or age.
The scene shifts to a new battlefield—earth.
Most Christians spend the bulk of their Bible-reading time in the New Testament. But should they?
Good advice on how to do something serves no purpose unless we want to do it.
Life is like a flight. Jesus is our captain.
They both mean "word." So what's the difference?
God wants a relationship with each one of us.
Augustine said, "Whoever loves already has the Holy Spirit."
The writer of Hebrews warns us about this. Has heaven already judged certain people?
Living a Spirit-filled life begins with love.
Jesus lived every moment with the Holy Spirit.
Jesus' baptism was not where He received the Spirit, but rather it was a public event where the Father "revealed" to the crowd what Jesus already knew.
Add this to the long-standing concern and hesitancy Jews have about developing close relations with Christians, and the problem compounds.
In our age of rebellion and independence, it is no surprise that so many are so immature.
Jesus never sinned, but I don't think the Bible requires us to say He never learned through trial and error.
Is what's happening to Brett Kavanaugh biblical?