It isn’t the knowledge that Christ was crucified for us that people are enemies of; it isn’t the physical cross on Calvary.
The parable in John 15 can seem a bit abstract. Jesus is the vine, we are the branches, and God is the vinedresser. What does this all mean?
Every individual has both a soul and a spirit, given by God. What separates the two, and how do they affect us?
The story of Deborah – prophetess and judge in Israel – is a powerful example of how faith in action works!
Romans 7:14-25 does not describe a non-believer, or a believer that is living according to the flesh. It describes a victorious disciple.
Salvation puts everything in our lives in order—starting with repentance, and separating out all sin and impurity.
Three men were crucified together on Calvary, but the day ended with three very different outcomes. Who is your example?
How important is obedience when it comes to faith? This Bible study on obedience and faith gives a solid explanation.
It is not a sin to be tempted to envy, but if it is allowed to live and fester, it becomes destructive.
What is salvation? Is it only the forgiveness of sins through Jesus’ death, or is there more to it?