The question is often asked by both serious seekers of truth and also by those who desire to questions God’s goodness. Allow me to provide some food for thought regarding this question. Firstly, God is the eternal being. Accordingly both His reward of heaven and His punishment of hell are likewise eternal. God has inspired the bible to be written in great detail to explain the demands of His redemption plan. Man’s response to God’s redemption plan is ultimately what dictates
During the year of 2020 I have watched many walk away from weekly Christian church attendance and they felt 100% justified in doing so. I pondered, the week of the crucifixion and resurrection anti-Christian sentiment was throbbing in Jerusalem. Even with open hatred and hostility against believers, Jesus’ disciples assembled themselves together. They were both surprised and blessed by a personal appearance of Jesus among them (Mark 16:14). Instead of hiding behind locked doors, Jesus commanded the disciples to “Go ye
Powerful forces in society have profited multiple billions of dollars annually from the sale of pornography. It is not a problem that will go away anytime soon. However we can find true freedom from pornography in Christ Jesus. For the unsaved, the first step is to accept Jesus Christ as your personal Savior and Lord through a true heart-felt repentance and born-again experience – the kind that changes your life forever. Such a choice is the kind of Christianity that produces
Some Christians have come to believe that it is okay to have romantic relations with people of other religions, atheists, agnostics or unbelievers in general. But what does the Bible say? 2Cor 6:14-17 Do not be bound together with unbelievers; for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness, or what fellowship has light with darkness? Or what harmony has Christ with Belial, or what has a believer in common with an unbeliever? Or what agreement has the temple of God with idols?
This is a very important question for every Christian to understand the answer to and that provides great comfort in times of failure or distress. Simply stated, God has hung His lamp in your soul and it is not easily extinguished. What Does it Mean to be a Christian? To better answer this question, “Can a Christians lose their salvation?" let’s first define what a Christian is or isn’t. A Christian is a person who has come into contact with the supernatural
God cannot simply wipe your sin away without penalty or He wouldn't be a just God. Your sin must be punished. God doesn't say, "I'm just going to wipe all your sins away because you're a good person." He doesn't simply say, "You're good and I love you so your sins are fine." He wouldn't be a just God if He did that. For example, imagine if there were a judge, and people were being brought before him for murder,