Tag: SIN


Little Things #2 Continuing: PIDDLY LITTLE THINGS in your Bible. 12. NAAMAN was a Syrian military leader (2 Kings 5), but he had one serious problem. He had the incurable disease of leprosy. A little slave girl told Mrs. Naaman about a prophet in Israel who could heal him. So Naaman promptly gathered rich gifts


“The acts of the sinful nature are obvious: sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery; idolatry and witchcraft; hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, dissensions, factions and envy; drunkenness, orgies and the like … those who live like this will not inherit the kingdom of God” (Gal 5:19-21). Drinking leads to drunkenness. It is a


Matthew 25:31-46 tells about when Jesus will come again in glory, there will be a great final day of judgment and separation. All nations since the creation of the world will be present before Him. All people will be separated like a shepherd separates sheep from goats… sheep on right and goats on left. To


The Bible says we have access to the grace of God by faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Read carefully Romans chapters 5 & 6. At just the right time, when we were powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for even a righteous man, but God demonstrated His love for


One of God’s promises to His children is that He will satisfy us with “honey out of the rock” (Psalm 81:16). Honey is one of the sweetest things and rock is one of the hardest. What is God telling His children here? You are going to have hard places in life. You will run up

99 Year Old Born Again

The old man Nicodemus was perplexed when Jesus told him he “must be born again!” He asked: how could he, being old, enter again into his mother’s womb and be born again??? Jesus explained to him in John 3:3-5 that this new birth is from above and that it is required to enter the kingdom

“If A Man Die, Shall He Live Again?”

Every Person Living Or Dead Is In This Chart. Where Are You? Scriptures with brief explanation for the chart above. See corresponding numbers. 1. Innocence of Infants. Children are born into the world pure and innocent. They are “an heritage from Jehovah God” (Psalm 27:3-5). See Mt 18:10; Ezek 18:20; James 1:17. No infant baptism


In 1845 the Franklin Expedition sailed from England to look for a passage across the Arctic Ocean near Alaska. The crew loaded two sailing ships with a lot of things, including much stuff they did not need… a library of 1200 books, fine china, sterling silverware and much more. However, they only took a 12-day supply of coal for their steam engines. The ships became trapped and frozen


David was grief stricken as he remembered his sin with Bathsheba. He cried out to God: “Have mercy upon me, O God … blot out my transgressions … wash me … cleanse me … my sin is ever before me!” (Psalm 51:1-3) We know God forgives sin, but does He actually forget our sin, completely


An accomplice is a person who participates in committing a crime even if he takes no part in the actual offense. In a bank robbery, the getaway driver is an accomplice to the gunman and is equally guilty. In the disaster of 9/11, all who participated in the scheme were equally guilty with the pilots