Are the Biblical texts we have today the same as the original Greek and Hebrew texts?
Confessing sin – a Biblical approach.
The Bible tells us to confess sin. James 5:16 specifically says to confess our sins to one another and pray for one another. But what is the context of this verse? And are there other verses in Scripture that mandate confessing sins to one another? Should we reveal all the gory details of the sin when we confess? What is the Biblical pattern for confession of sin?
We attempt to answer that question in our article, A Biblical Approach to Confessing Sin.
Two poems about Jesus Christ and the hope He has supplied to the world.
Here at truthsaves we love poems that glorify Jesus Christ. Recently we’ve received two excellent submissions. One is written by Joe Breunig, author of Reaching Toward His Unbounded Glory (http://www.squidoo.com/book-isbn-1419650513), and it’s about the truth revealed in Biblical archaeology.
Read Prism to Our Past here.
The other is a powerful poem by Scot Crone revealing the hope Jesus Christ graciously supplies to all those who trust in Him. It doesn’t matter what we’ve done or where we are in life – God waits for us. His mercies are new every morning.
Read Sunday’s Coming here.