Contributed on Dec 26, 2007
It is common to hear someone with very little, or no, biblical knowledge say, “I don’t see how a good God could send anyone to hell.” There are several things that can be said to you, if you say that: 1) That you don’t see, doesn’t change it; 2) your sta
Contributed on Jan 18, 2008
Romans 4, uses Abraham as an example to show us how faith brings the power of God into our lives
Contributed on Jan 25, 2008
The word "grace" is used in this chapter more than any other in the Bible. There are some specific truths about grace given here that we really need to realize...
Contributed on Feb 12, 2008
If we are to have victory in our Christian life, we must understand that we are free from the law.
Contributed on Feb 13, 2008
Chapter 8 is entirely built upon the opening statement of verse 1. The statement is a summation of chapters 6-7, which make the iron-clad case that we are dead to sin, alive to God, and free from the law. Because of all this, there is now therefore no
Contributed on Feb 14, 2008
Everybody is looking for life and peace. Everybody wants to live life to the fullest and be satisfied with what they have done. Not everybody agrees on how to accomplish it. We, who are Christians, understand that only Jesus can give real life, and onl
Contributed on Mar 2, 2008
This passage opens up by talking about “present sufferings.” This is talking specifically about persecution, but this statement could be applied to anything you might be going through. The message of the verse is that God has something better in store f
Contributed on Mar 8, 2008
God doesn’t have to answer to us, yet in His mercy He does answer many of our questions that we could never figure out on our own.
Contributed on Mar 29, 2008
The apostle Paul began chapter 9 by saying that he could wish himself accursed from Christ if his countrymen according to the flesh could be saved but that could never happen, because Jesus had already been the once and for all sacrifice for sins. He b