In the parable of the Mustard Seed, Jesus predicted that his kingdom would start in a small, relatively obscure fashion; exhibit extraordinary growth; and increase to a large size in proportion to its beginning. History has wonderfully demonstrated the fulfillment of the Savior’s words.
Why do Christians believe in angels? What does the Bible actually say about the existence of angels, their origin, nature and role as God’s ministering spirits?
Is Satan an actual living, personal being? What does the Bible reveal about this malevolent enemy of God and man?
Here are five questions evolutionists can’t answer about the theory of evolution.
This article discusses the possibility of “leviathan,” mentioned in Job, chapter 41.
Can one know that God exists? Can he know that he has been saved? If so, how? “Reason” with us on this important topic.
Scientists continue to pursue the hunt for life on other planets. The Mars rover experiments are but another recent example of this vain objective of the evolutionary community.
The “Rabbi” imagines meeting Jesus face-to-face on a dusty road in Galilee nearly two thousand years ago.
Job serves world-over as an example of perseverance despite limited knowledge. But when that knowledge is, “The Lord is compassionate and merciful,” it is enough.
A critic has disputed the biblical position that water baptism is requisite for the forgiveness of sins. He contends that one cannot be saved by a “corruptible” method. But “water” is corruptible. Thus, it has no place in the plan of redemption. Does the argument have merit? Read this article and see.
Sennacherib sent a great army to Jerusalem. Through his military officials, he made a series of threats, the design of which was to bully the Hebrew king.
If the church sings to the accompaniment of an organ, those thus participating have added something to what the Lord prescribed.
While politicians are promising hope and change, we would be wise to consider where success and failure actually come from.
How do you determine what is right and wrong?