Overcoming temptations like pornography and masturbation (among others) is hard for many. In fact, for some, it feels impossible. How can we reformat our minds to overcome these sorts of temptations?
Finally. Another post! I am sorry I have been so slow to post anything lately. We have much content in queue but time for work on the site has been escaping me. But for tonight, here’s a poem to bless you. Click the link below to read the poem.
Tradition has it that Jonah was the son of the widow at Zeraphath. But is there evidence of that found in the Bible? Or does the evidence point to a different conclusion? Read what we think about this by clicking the link below.
Sometimes you head into a church and they’re selling merchandise like books and cds! Should this be happening? Jesus angrily drove out the money changers when they were selling stuff in the temple. Why is selling stuff in the church any different? Read what we think about this by clicking the link below.
This poem reminds us that life means nothing without God. We can strive to be the richest, the best, the fastest, the strongest–but none of it means much if God’s not in it. Make sure to include God in everything you do if you want your actions and decisions to have eternal consequences.
Sometimes life seems to overwhelm us with problems. It’s easy to wonder why. It’s important, in such situations, to remember where our help comes from. We need to consistently and persistently seek God no matter what life may bring.
Darlington W. Gbee got involved in Mormonism in 1996. In 2002, he trained to become a missionary and began serving in Nigeria. But as he witnessed to people, and they asked him questions that he could not answer, he began to seriously investigate his faith. After much personal research, he found Mormonism to be a religion based on fraud and lies.
My past sins continue to haunt me. I don’t feel comfortable in fellowship with other Christians as a result. I often wonder if God’s Spirit is really inside me and if I’m really saved. I struggle financially. I haven’t been able to find a job for two years and have been relying on charity. It’s humbling and somewhat embarrassing. What can I do to right this ship?
Often, as we go through life, we see people that have something that we want. We may not be able to pinpoint what it is that they have, but we know we want it. Jason had a crush on a woman (or two) that knew Jesus. When reading a small pamphlet one night detailing God’s plan of salvation, he finally realized that Jesus was “the thing” the women had that he wanted.
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