Chuckling in your face. Wincing in disapproval. Polite smiles with a faraway look in their eyes. God’s Word has that effect on people. Negative reactions received when placing ourselves on a limb can cause us to think twice… Read More
Asking questions about faith reveals an inward desire of the heart to know God and be right with Him. In cross-cultural ministry, a significant step is achieved when you get a person to ask you a question about… Read More
Here are three tips on how to share God’s Word with a friend or neighbor: There is power in prayer Remember where the power and the strength lies in sharing God’s Word. Too often we tend to… Read More
In Thornton Wilder’s play, “Our Town,” Emily Wilder asks a poignant question. “Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it — every, every moment?” Granted an opportunity after her untimely death to revisit her past,… Read More
Nobody likes to hear that they are going to hell. When anger is used to pronounce this eternal reality, I don’t believe it is an appropriate response. God’s wrath falls down on souls who reject the invitation to… Read More
A loving God desires that His creation to be at peace. In that peace, comes joy, confidence and assurance of his approval. It’s a plan that defies human reason and required a great sacrifice. This plan not only identifies man’s purpose in this mortal life, but will insure that God will remember you on Judgment Day.
And it seems that the Lord gathers an audience when he allows difficult circumstances in our life. Connections are made. A bridge is crossed. And we are asked how can we receive such confidence in Christ our Redeemer.
Jesus tells us in the Great Commission that he will always be with us to the very end of the age. That promise is coupled with the fact that whenever we are placed in a position to be his witnesses and words do not form on our lips, then he will give us the words to say (v. 20). It will not be you speaking, but the Holy Spirit speaking through you.