There are lots of good reasons to be suspicious of the mainstream media and medical establishment, but baseless denial is not sufficient. Christians need to be informed.
“The meanest and most feeble, who have just begun to trust the Lord, are as much entitled to be protected as those who have long and faithfully been his servants. It is our duty to defend the afflicted, who, like the Gibeonites, are brought into trouble on our account, or for the sake of the gospel. Joshua would not forsake …
Justification fuels sanctification, and sanctification assures justification. This is intended by God to be a beautiful cycle, but for the Christian living with unconfessed sin, it becomes a viscous cycle. Confess your sin and break free.
Adam had “forever” life, but Christians have “eternal” life.
When Christ took on flesh, did he temporarily suspend (or “empty” himself of) his divine nature during the duration of his earthly ministry? Watch this short video, and you’ll be able to clearly answer this common question.
Yes, God uses suffering to sanctify us. Christians are even commanded to be thankful in all circumstances, including suffering. However, there is a difference between thanking God for suffering and asking God for suffering. We are never to petition God for pain