Christian Love

The word for love in the New Testament is a new word and is to be found nowhere else. The real meaning of it is “unconquerable benevolence, invincible goodwill.” If we regard with this love, it means that no matter what that per­son does to us, no matter how he treats us, no matter if he insults us or grieves us, we will never allow any bitterness against him to invade our hearts, but we will regard him with that unconquerable benevolence and good­will which will seek nothing but his highest good.

Turned Back in the Battle

Please take the time to read Psalm 78:1-11. Many believers have little or no awareness of the spiritual con­flict that is going on in the world today between truth and error. There is a continual battle being waged by the opposing forces of light and darkness, with the angels of God pitted against the hordes of Satan. In this battle, there are no spectators—ALL are participants! Every child of God, whether he or she is aware of it or not, is involved in the fight. When we have on the “armour of God” (Eph.

Stewardship, Contentment, and God's Grace

While many Americans realize that the United States of America—and the world as a whole—is enveloped in a financial and economic crisis, fewer tend to realize that on a smaller level, their own homes are equally in trouble. Of course, those who have been affected by a layoff or some other dramatic consequence of the economic downturn can feel the sting of troublesome economic times. Yet others who still have jobs or regular income are doing very little to plan for the future or make life-altering financial adjustments.

The Need for Theological Statesmanship

Let us not be swayed by who happens to champion which doctrinal position. Many new evangelicals are successful, personable, persuasive men. Many have high academic degrees. On the other hand, some stalwart defenders of the faith may have fewer degrees and, because of their refusal to compromise, may have less popular appeal in certain circles. But all this is irrelevant.

Why I Am Not An "Apocalyptic Fundamentalist"

Yes, I believe Jesus is coming back and I believe His return is imminent. Yes, I believe the earth will experience great cataclysm and chaos in the future. But no, I do not believe that what is happening today in America—or even in other parts of the world—means Jesus must be or needs to be coming back any day now.

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