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The 2nd Commandment demands that we refrain from making any literal or virtual images that are intended to represent deity, or that are aids to worship.
2 Timothy teaches us that faithful ministry ensures both suffering and time.
The Church cannot fail because it is connected to Christ, it is protected by Christ, and it is elected in Christ.
In a letter to his young disciple, Timothy, the Apostle Paul provides a handbook for what the church should be and do.
David models biblical confession of sin, asking God three requests.
Paul writes to the Thessalonians to comfort them in their affliction, to correct their eschatology, and to command them to live a disciplined life as they hope for Christ's Return.
Young men are encouraged in this poem to look for a wife who fears the Lord-this is at the heart of what it means to be an 'excellent woman.'
To a church that was very young, Paul corrects some wrong thinking about the Lord's return. He also encourages Christians to live in light of the Lord's return.
True Christians bear fruit by abiding in Christ. And that fruit is proof of being saved, as well as evidence of spiritual growth.
In the book of Colossians, Paul teaches us that Christ is sufficient for the Christian life of sanctification.
God removes those who are not true believers- He prunes those who are.
Paul unpacks for the Philippians-and all Christians since-what a Gospel-Driven life looks like.
The Apostle Paul's ministry priorities should be ours-especially as churches start opening back up after a year of COVID.
Paul outlines 5 devastating consequences if Jesus was not raised from the dead.
In His Word, God gives us the counsel we need to live a truly happy life.
Jesus provides four insights into what the crucifixion, and all its intending events, meant to Him- joy, vindication, victory, and love.