David committed some of the most well-known sins in all of Scripture! With so many bad choices, how did he maintain a godly perspective? How did he continually fight for God’s purposes?
VIDEO: Moments that Matter – How Can I Fight for God’s Purposes Like King David? Warriors of God Series
David’s faith and fidelity to God were continuously tested from the slaying of Goliath to becoming King. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
The obedience and sacrifice equation is taught throughout the Bible. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Listen in as Christian Questions Host, Rick, and CQ Contributor, Julie, discuss two questions related to our recent podcasts on Bible contradictions and demonstrate a methodology that can be used to understand how to see how the scriptures compliment instead of contradict each other. Our conversation included: (2:40) Why wouldn't a book from God be flawless and therefore totally reliable? (6:10) Possible reasons for discrepancies between seemingly "contradictory" Scriptures. (11:33) The Bible is full of human sacrifices and killing. How can that be acceptable?
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?
What course of action and what attitude should we have as Christians when we know that we have said or done something wrong? What examples are there in the Scriptures?
Wouldn’t it be nice if we could always make the right decisions, by clearly assessing our situations, thinking them through based on that assessment and acting in accordance with what is right? Wouldn’t it be nice if we could learn from examples of others, who have made mistakes so we could know how NOT to go wrong? Well, consider this a great day! This morning we will look at some biblical characters who did go wrong as well as some who did not. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to grasp the lessons from these real life experiences and put them in practice! Are you ready?