Tag: Forgiveness

Witness Well

How a Christian Evangelist can provide a clear presentation of the Gospel

The following is an example of how a Christian evangelist can share God’s message of salvation with a person that provides a clear presentation on what God’s Word teaches about the consequences of sin and the promises of the gospel.

Life lessons I learned from Johnny Carson

At a time when television was the social media of the day, only a few kings emerged to rule and influence millions. Johnny Carson was one of those kings.

Finding reality in God’s forgiveness

The rising of the sun chases away the morning mist and provides a picture of how God forgives our sins and remembers our offenses no more. The cross is not only a symbol of Christ’s sacrifice, but it’s a reminder of God’s faithfulness and forgetfulness.

The Vertical Nature of Christ’s Forgiveness

The eyes of faith looks at the cross far differently than the eyes of unbelief. To the world, the cross is a symbol of sacrifice and suffering. Christ is looked upon as a model who taught a standard of values and morals that the world ought to follow to make it a better place. To …

How growing in Christ is not about straining harder but surrendering fiercer

When God said, “Let there be light,” there was light. When God said, “Let there be dry ground,” there was dry ground. God’s Word created reality.

How faith receives Christ our Consumer

The fear behind unbelief is that we were bought at a price.

It’s time to put your house in order

“Remember, O LORD, how I have walked before you faithfully and with wholehearted devotion and have done what is good in your eyes.” (Isaiah 38:3)

Contrasting the religion of works with the gospel of grace

In the pursuit of righteousness before God, pangs of guilt and doubt clouds our understanding of our relationship with Him. We are far more prone to understand God based on our own terms, or experiences, or what seems fair.