Christians are called to fight, but one of the ways we fight is with our unwavering joy in the midst of the battle.
In Acts 20:28, pastors are commanded to shepherd the flock of God with diligence and carefulness. But how are pastors able to discern who their flock actually is? Are you being intentional to make sure that there are shepherds in your life who can hold you accountable?
Every time you clean your house, you are executing judgment. You do not pity the trash as you remove it from your kingdom. Instead, you recognize this as a necessary good.
One of the most common heresies found in Charismatic Churches is the Kenosis Heresy. In order to defend Christians ability to perform all the signs and wonders that Jesus did, Charismatics insist that Jesus “emptied” himself of his divinity during his earthly ministry. It’s a common, but serious, misunderstanding of Philippians 2.
Have you ever heard a pastor say, “My job is not to do the work of ministry, but to train and equip YOU to do the work of ministry.” Here’s why that statement is unbiblical.
Few have ever been born of nobility. Even fewer have been born princes. But only one was ever born a King. And at the moment of his birth, the kings of this world felt the threat of his political power.