“… he who has suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin.” These are well-known words, but do we actually understand what that means for us in our day-to-day lives?
How do I know if I am “being friends” with “the world?”
Have you ever wondered what it means for you to present your own body as a living sacrifice?
In Romans 5:10 we read that there is more to salvation than reconciliation through Jesus’ death. How are we saved by His life?
To be saved to the uttermost speaks of a much deeper salvation; a salvation not just from the wages of sin, but from the very chains of sin.
It isn’t the knowledge that Christ was crucified for us that people are enemies of; it isn’t the physical cross on Calvary.
Is happiness something Christians should strive for? It depends on your definition of happiness.
These are men and women who have entered into a covenant with God, and all of creation is eagerly awaiting the day when they will be revealed!
For me, in my day-to-day life, to practice righteousness is to do the will of God as He works in me.
Righteousness is meant to increase in our lives. But there is only one way that can happen.