A destiny of heaven or hell sounds simple, but since the vast majority of humanity never heard of Jesus, is God's plan a miserable failure?
The key is understanding what’s literal and what’s figurative in scripture. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
We know every Christian wants to go to heaven. The real question is, does every Christian know what is required to get there? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
We are all vulnerable to temptations and in this day and age, there sure are enough to go around. The webs can get sticky and hard to get off us. How can we protect ourselves? How do we get out of temptations or better yet, avoid them as best as possible?
We make choices every day. Some are easy choices that we don’t even need to think much about and there are others that require some on-the-fly time and attention. Then there are the choices that can be difficult and even agonizing. These are the choices that can make or break a life or shape a destiny, or at the very least, alter the near future. These are the biggest choices we face, but they may not necessarily be the most important ones. We probably don’t think about how often our really big decisions end up being a sum total of many small and seemingly irrelevant choices we have made without much thought. The point is that all of our choices carry a measure of importance! So, what guides us in the choices we make? Are we most often influenced by how we feel about things or by what our friends or family will think? What are the most important factors in successful Christian decision making?
To be a Christian is perhaps the most amazing privilege in the history of mankind. After all, you are called to walk in the footsteps of the master, to sacrifice your will, your time and your energy for one short lifetime. In exchange, you will be given an eternity of godly power and wisdom and be used of God Himself to rehabilitate the world from sin and rule along with our Lord Jesus in righteousness! Such privilege certainly comes with guidelines and requirements - well, what are they? How specifically does God through Jesus guide our relationships?