The Christian Way of Life
Our call is to live a life with God at the center. Nothing else can take his place. To live without Christ is death! Stop living in the sins of the world…
In our age we often think that we are the most busy people in history. The facts are history does not bear that out. Overwork, workaholism is not new to mankind. When God permitted Covid to spread across the world one of the many results was that it required people to stop, slow down, wait! The great reset of people not returning to work in pre-covid jobs reflects this change. People realized that working yourself to death or making work the focus of life was hollow and unhealthy..
"I invite you to turn again to the Bible, to the Old Testament, and actually to the book of Psalms. And as we read this familiar psalm, we realize that in many ways, the song that we have just sung was written in a different form and in a fuller form thousands of years before the contemporary writer of what we have just sung. Psalm 139.."
The Life & Teachings Of Johnathan Edwards: Interview With Sam Storm "How can you expect to dwell with God forever, if you so neglect and forsake him here?-Jonathan Edwards" Find out why Jonathan Edwards is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical theologian. His work as a whole is an expression of two themes: the absolute sovereignty of God and the beauty of God's holiness...
How often have you been still? Really still and quiet? Part of our alienation with the world is our inability to stop and just be. We don’t need to do anything, have a purpose, or expect anything from the moment. So give yourself the space to enjoy moments of stillness – to lean into them, to be nourished by them...
We live in a time and culture wherein the reality that Christ is alive and among us has been usurped by materialism and science. Yet around the world there are still culture that recognize the reality of the unseen realm and how our Lord is always at work in it. Many Christians have been force fed secularism for so long that they have become functional Atheists..
"It’s possible to identify with a particular church as a result of heritage or family tradition yet not actually be included in the real church—the global community of God’s chosen people. Find out why when you listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg."
"Who, or what, is the church? Seems like a straightforward question, right? There’s more to the answer than you might think! Listen as we address basic biblical truths regarding the nature of the church. That’s the focus on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg."
Maybe he ought to have been knighted. Lovingly known as “Jack,” Professor Clive Staples Lewis certainly taught, both in word and in action, the very necessity of chivalry in modern culture. From the time he listened to his first fairy tales in his nursery in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to the battlefield of Arras, France, in World War I, to the printed page and the halls of Oxford and Cambridge, Lewis admired and emulated knighthood...
"Hello, guys! Today, we'll be looking at destiny, and whether the Bible supports it or not. Destiny is a very important topic in the Bible, because if it exists, that means God has a future for us that we don't even know about, and if it doesn't, that means that all our decisions are up to us to make."
"You are never too old to reinvent yourself. Turning a new leaf is scary, whether it’s a career change, midlife crisis, or new you. Making changes to your life and reinventing yourself is a big deal. I hope this video inspires you to change your life for a better life, a new life. You can always start over, create a new you, and refresh life. Life reset over 30, over 40, over 50, or over 60 is never too late. life, life rest, change, starting over, change your life, how to change your life..
"For many people, worry, anxiety, and fear are constant companions: fear of death, fear of danger, fear of disease. And too often, these fears are crippling, keeping us from the life God has called us to live. But it doesn’t have to be that way, says Dr. David Jeremiah. As Christians, we have been given all we need in order to face down even the most frightening, unexpected, and overwhelming obstacles in life. Dr. Jeremiah explores fear of financial loss in this interview with Moira Brown..
As we look at a brand new year right in front of us, what would be the best way to use the most precious commodity: the time we have to live? Perhaps no verse is better situated in the Bible to help us answer the questions that the one we turn to in Romans 12..
"Friends, on this Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God, we hear three significant words in the Gospel from Luke: haste, astonished, and treasured. If God has broken into your life in some decisive way, if you’ve been given your mission, then don’t worry about what the world says: move, act, go. When God manifests himself, the right response is astonishment. And then savor, treasure, reflect upon these astonishing things in your heart. In all these ways, we honor Mary, the..
"What is the conscience and how can a sermon both and deform a listener's conscience? Andy Naselli, associate professor of New Testament and theology at Bethlehem College & Seminary and an elder of Bethlehem Baptist Church, answers those questions and more in this conversation.'
"What if certainty isn't a solution to all our questions, but a root of our doubt and skepticism? In this video, Prof. N.T. Wright explains the possibilities and limitations of certainty, and explain how 'love' offers a stronger alternative. You can study these ideas and more in Prof. Wright's 'Knowing God in the Created World'.'
Dallas begins this thorough overview of spiritual formation by quoting 1 Timothy 4:7-8, "exercise thyself unto godliness," along with other passages that emphasize that we have an active role in becoming godly men and women. The Holy Spirit doesn't do it for us, and Dallas clearly outlines how we are to do our part..