How Strong Is Your Faith?

Hebrews 10:32-33 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 32 But remember the former days in which, after you were enlightened, you endured a great struggle with sufferings, 33 partly by being made a public spectacle[1] through reproaches and tribulations, and partly by becoming sharers with those who were so treated. Some Christians who have never suffered real affliction... Continue Reading →

How Do You View Bible Difficulties?

In short, there are no contradictions, errors, or mistakes in the Bible, but there are Bible difficulties. Basically, Bible Difficulties are difficulties that arise because the Bible was written in Hebrew, some Aramaic, and Greek over 1,600 years by some forty+ authors, in dozens of different historical settings that require much Bible background knowledge.

What Does the Bible Say About How We Can Improve Our Prayers?

Have we been struggling in our prayer life? Has it become a challenge even to pray? What can we do? What does the Father expect of us in our prayers? What is the Father truly concerned about? The Bible contains many passages that offer guidance on how to pray and improve our prayers. In general, the Bible suggests that prayer should be an integral part of our relationship with God and that it can be a powerful source of support, guidance, and strength in our lives.

What Is Walking In the Truth?

The apostle John was now 98-years-old, and he rejoiced greatly over Gaius’ Christian life, for walking in the truth and, with reference to his hospitality, for his faithful work with the brothers in his congregation and his love before the congregation.

How Can Doubts Destroy Our Christian Faith?

If we knew what was happening to our body, slowly, over time, we would take appropriate actions to avoid exposing ourselves to a dangerous bacterium, virus, or any other microorganisms. Of course, this was all leading to the importance of being and remaining “healthy in faith.” Are we like the young person, who believes nothing bad physically can happen to them?

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