The final installment in the All In series on Luke 24:33-53.
My friend doesn't believe in God anymore. He told me that he lost his faith because he just didn't see any empirical support for it. He was faced with the choice to "believe" or to be honest. He chose the latter. Like most unbelievers, my friend now criticizes the character of God as he is … Continue reading The God Who is Love
Paul described how those who knew the Torah but not Jesus couldn't fully see the picture which those scriptures depicted. In 2 Corinthians 3, he described what was most likely his own experience of the veil being removed and then seeing Christ face to face in the Word. This series offers a glimpse of that image.
I'm thinking this is going to offend a lot of people but it occurred to me while praying and it certainly comes from the Bible. So, if it offends you, could I humbly ask you to consider whether your beliefs are actually based on the Bible or some variant of human origin.
I've been reading the first several chapters of Acts over the past few weeks (read, I haven't finished it for my Growth Group) and I never ceased to be challenged by this account of the normal Christian life. While reading Acts 2 a compelling phrase caught my eye, And awe came upon every soul, and many … Continue reading Awesome
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TazaYo3jgSA A graphic depiction of the truth that Jesus is the fullness of all the Old Testament revelation.
Paul told Timothy that all scripture is God-breathed and useful to make a person wise unto salvation. At the time he penned those words, the only scriptures recognized by God's people were the 39 books of the Old Testament. The early church made its proclamation of the coming of Messiah by exclusively using the Old … Continue reading Which Scriptures?