Summary: Christians often talk about how that what Satan offers is empty and vain, yet the majority of Christians live, at best, half-lives. More empty than full, more cloudy than sunny, more searching than satisfied. Why? Because we have confined the power of the
Summary: There is a amazing contrast presented in God’s Word between two Adams — the first Adam of the Garden of Eden, and the second Adam of Bethlehem’s manger. You are either in the family of the 1st or 2nd Adam. Which family you are in determines your destiny.
Summary: The apostle Paul opens up discussion concerning the nature of the resurrection body. He deals with two questions which foolish objectors raise (v. 35). The first question implies that resurrection is impossible; the second, that it is inconceivable.
Summary: In the previous passage, we were told that the body is buried in corruption because it is going to decay; but it is raised with such a nature that it cannot decay. With this change there is no decay or death in heaven.