Summary: The question the writer of Hebrews asks is the question all of us ought to consider: How shall we escape if we ignore such a great salvation? The Bottom Line: God is holy, and he must punish sin.
Summary: The more you seek His word and what He has promised you, the more you will be blessed! Tune out the negative and focus on Gods positive word in and over your life and hold on, because He will exceed every expectation you place before Him,
Summary: The accuser will try to use anything he can to diminish your hopes and dreams in your life, including the ones around you, but the fact is this, Other people dont set the limitations and parameters for your life, you do.
Summary: If one thing is clear, from the book of Romans, it should be that everyone stands guilty before God. Not only are those who reject God found guilty, but also those who acknowledge God and live by high religious standards. Why? Because we have all sinned.
Summary: We all have questions when what we have believed gets challenged. Well, the Jews had some questions for Paul that Paul seeks to respond to briefly. Ultimately he leads them to the bad news about themselves that prepares them for the good news of Jesus C
Summary: Being Jewish is a blessing, but we’ve all failed God and need a Savior. God wants us to know Him, He is completely fair, He can be trusted, and He is a holy God who requires holiness of us and is faithful to provide it.
Summary: Should evil be done because God can bring good out of it? No, before God a good end does not justifies an evil means or method. For God is always true & He cannot be faithful to the unrighteous no matter who they are or how they think.
Summary: Chapter 3 opens with Paul answering some very important questions that may have been asked by the Jews reading Chapter 2. In these questions, we see our own responsibility to not only be persons who receive the Word, but be willing to share it with other
Summary: Man's reasoning and God's don't match up very well. Sinners, even very religious sinners, easily find fault with God, in how He deals with sin and righteousness. Our only hope for "making sense of it all" is to BELIEVE and accept EVERYTHING He says, rathe