Christianity

  • Loving God with all our heart. What does it mean?
  • Temptation: Does God test us with evil?
  • The means and forms of temptation
  • Mere Men?
  • What is the proper response to temptation?
  • The breastplate of righteousness
  • Faith and Works
  • Wretched man that I am – A brief commentary on Romans 7
  • Love does no harm to a neighbor
  • Lazarus and the rich man
  • Decision making and its effects: an example from Paul’s trip to Rome
  • Prophecy in 1 Corinthians 14
  • β€œBeloved, now we are children of God”
  • Some thoughts on material possessions
  • Chosen by God: a look at the doctrine of predestination
  • John the Baptist: A God’s General
  • An Earnest Warning about Lukewarmness
  • Obedience to God
  • The heart
  • God’s love, plans and thoughts for us
  • Occurrences of the words β€œSheol” and β€œHades” in the Bible
  • Acts 16:6-40
  • About Manna and the Word of God
  • The Word of God is:
  • The Parable of the Sower
  • Esther and the delivering power of God
  • β€œUnless you believed in vain” (1 Corinthians 15:2)
  • The temptations of Jesus
  • Eve in Genesis
  • The race, the fight and the warfare

πŸ“– Habakkuk 3:1γ€œ4 πŸ™
The prophet Habakkuk offers a prayer in this passage, acknowledging the power and majesty of God. He recalls God's past deeds and asks for mercy and intervention in the present.

πŸ“– Philippians 3:14 πŸ™
The apostle Paul expresses his determination to press on toward the goal of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. It reflects Paul's commitment to continue growing in his faith and pursuing the purpose God has for him.

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