Do you remember when you first “fell in love”? You couldn’t wait to be around that person. You did things for them that would make them happy, no matter the inconvenience. Emotionally, you couldn’t be any higher. But then time passed, and those emotions waned. Doing things to make your “love” happy became a chore. … Continue reading Our First Love
Sin. You really don’t like to talk about it. It’s not a comfortable topic of discussion and challenges your flesh to give something up. But God finds it necessary to address it because it separates you from Him. It brings destruction to your life—both now and eternally. It’s so serious that the Son of God … Continue reading 12 Good Reasons Not to Sin
Matthew 13:1-23 is the well-known Parable of the Sower. It tells of a sower who scattered the seed of God’s Word on the soil, or hearts, of four people. Following the parable, Jesus explains it so His disciples could understand: “Listen then to the [meaning of the] parable of the sower: When anyone hears the word of the … Continue reading Choose Your Soil
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Have you looked around at our culture lately? It’s filled with increased crime, perversion, lies, and selfish ambition. We could blame many things, but the root of it all is that people do not allow love to determine how they act. It’s all about gratifying self. Jesus said this would happen in the last days … Continue reading Jesus, Our First Love
Our world values many things: money, family, sports, education, and entertainment, just to name a few. But nothing, nothing, is as valuable as God’s written Word. We often consider the Bible as simply a book, pages with letters and numbers. It sits on our coffee tables and beside our beds, only occasionally opened. And when … Continue reading A Word More Precious Than Gold