Knowledge of the Bible not accompanied by action is a dangerous thing.
21 “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.
22 On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’
23 And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.'”
Isaiah 7:21-23 (ESV)
If you have knowledge of the Word, but your life shows no evidence of it, you should be concerned.
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Knowledge Without Action
Those who pursue pornography are like oxen that go willingly to the slaughter. Its house is the way to hell, descending to the chambers of death.
Sorry I haven’t posted for a while. I really don’t have an excuse. We’ve posted a new article on truthsaves. It discusses pornography. Some people dismiss the subject as unimportant or “no big deal.” We feel differently. Those who pursue pornography are like oxen that go willingly to the slaughter. Its house is the way to hell, descending to the chambers of death.
Read the article here.
Should Christians meet on Saturday or Sunday? Does it matter? Should we keep the Sabbath?
Recently Tim sent me an article he wrote a few years back. He’s updated it a little, and now it’s ready for publication! The topic? The Sabbath. Do we, as Christians, need to keep it? Should we be meeting on Saturday instead of Sunday?
Read the article here.
Does God seem distant? These basics of Christianity will help guide you through the difficult times.
We just posted a new article on truthsaves. I had a hard time naming it . . . but I called it, “Life is Falling Apart.” It’s the mini-story of a lady who wrote us asking for advice on how to connect with God. She has been suffering through a lot of pain. I think we all go through times in life where God seems distant. Our faith feels emotionless. How do we get through these times? Tim shares some good insights, some basics of Christianity that we (I, anyway) often forget.
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This amazing Christian poem moved my heart.
Once again we have received a new poem . . . and once again Tim submitted it! As the site administrator, I’ve decided to publish it. Since we only accept high quality written work, Tim should feel very honored that this poem has been accepted as worthy of publication on truthsaves. O.K., I’m just messing around, obviously. I welcome Tim’s submissions and I’d welcome yours as well! Have you ever written a poem you want to share? Do you have a testimony you’d like to share? Do you have an article or lesson plan you feel people would benefit from? Submit it to us! We want it . . . so we can share it with the world. The site got almost 10,000 unique visitors in January, so traffic continues to increase. If you submit something to us, people will definitely read it.
Anyway, I’ll quit rambling.
Read Tim’s new poem here. It’s called “A Lesson From A Tree.”