Why do some people lose their faith? This message is intended to answer the question, “How Can I Keep My Faith Strong in a Secular World?”
Daniel’s response to a kingdom wide crisis teaches Christians how to respond to today’s decaying moral culture.
Is there a promise for physical healing in James 5:15, or is this another exhortation for struggling believers to stay true to the Lord?
James and Paul seem to have differing views on faith and its relationship to works. However, both agree completely and their message to us is that true faith results in a changed life.
James shows us that there are two extremes when it comes to faith: False Faith and Faithless Works. Neither of them can save.
Our passage in Luke 1:68-79 presents Zechariah’s praise at the birth of his son, the baby that would grow up to be John the Baptist. His praise represents the hope of all Israel, that the Messiah had finally come, that GOD HAS VISITED HIS PEOPLE. His praise reaches through the centuries to remind us that God has provided an answer to the sorrows and evil that is in this world today.
God tested Abraham to ensure that Abraham’s devotion was still sound, and to free Abraham from the snare of making an idol out of something that was given by God as a gift.