Many of our life experiences are a result of small decisions that are actually a result of indecision. Lot hesitated when it came to godly choices and he constantly did “almost” enough when it came to godly actions. What can he teach us?
Life’s biggest problems can begin with some of its simplest choices. The story of Lot teaches us that even righteous people can just miss the mark by compromising what they know to be right. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
Listen in as Rick and CQ Contributor, Julie, discuss three questions related to our recent podcast on whether or not it's God's fault we have evil in this world including: 04:42 Why do some people have a disproportionate experience with sorrow and evil that is not a result of their own choices and natural consequences? 10:18 Every generation has experienced evil, yet each generation still commits evil. How bad does it have to get for it to be "enough" experience for mankind? 18:53 Why do some thing God is a monster? To hear more on this topic listen to our full podcast Episode #1052.
God IS accountable for the evil in this world – BUT – that's less than half the truth on the matter! Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
What is salvation – what are we saved from and how does it work? Can everyone have it? Is it only offered now in this life or is there some way it can be offered after death and resurrection? If this teaching is SO important then why does it seem to be so elusive?
Where do demons come from? Satan as the first rebel against God not only affected the course of human history, but he changed the heavens as well. Satan drew many of the heavenly host to him and away from God with devastating results. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for much more.