Truth, Certainty, and Humility


What Does The Bible Say?



Certainty and humility are not mutually exclusive. We can know the truth and humbly remain certain that God has spoken and revealed His truth to us.

1 John 5:13-21

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Now Available from the FEA!

The Greatest Enemies of the Church, published by the Fundamental Evangelistic Association and written by Pastor Matt Costella, is designed to inform God's people about six of the greatest enemies facing the church today—enemies that have the potential to cripple the spiritual lives of individual believers and, thus, local church ministries. These enemies are not new. They have existed for thousands of years.

Music and Worship

Jesus identified two dimensions of worship in John chapter four when He said, "They that worship (God) must worship Him in spirit and in truth" (verse 24). Later, in a discussion about worship with the Corinthians, the Apostle Paul recorded a correlated thought: "I will sing with the spirit and I will sing with the understanding also" (I Corinthians 14:15). Good music contributes to both the spiritual and mental aspects of worship.

I. THE SPIRITUAL ACTIVITY OF WORSHIP

Looking For a Church?


What Does The Bible Say?



Pastors Matt Costella and Gary Freel discuss what to look for when searching for a local church to attend.

Various Texts

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The Preterism Problem

Preterism. To many of our readers and ministry supporters, this may be an unfamiliar term. It comes from the Latin and means “gone by or past.” Kenneth Gentry, an advocate of preterism, explaining the term says, “Preterism holds that the tribulation prophecies occur in the first century, thus in our past” (emphasis in the original) (Thomas Ice and Kenneth Gentry. The Great Tribulation: Past or Future?, Grand Rapids, Kregel, 1999, p. 13).

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