In justification, God gives a man spiritual eyes to see, but initial conversion does not produce perfect sight. In sanctification, God progressively improves our vision so that we might see him more clearly.
The Bible never condemns wealth. Money is not the root of all kinds of evil, “the love of money” is the root of all kinds of evil. So how should Christians view money?
Many Christians tip their hat to the INERRANCY of Scripture, but never live in such a way to demonstrate genuine belief in the SUFFICIENCY of Scripture.
God sovereignly appoints nations, and even empires. God sovereignly sets their boundaries and numbers their days. However, because the heart of man has not changed down through the centuries, every major empire has had a these key characteristics in common.
The church needs Scripture, but it also needs an exposition of Scripture. We need this exposition of Scripture in both our preach and our singing. *Don’t mind the sweat. Pastor Joel’s air conditioning went out, and he was preaching up a storm.
“Tell us what is to come hereafter, that we may know that you are gods; do good, or do harm, that we may be dismayed and terrified.”Isaiah 41:23 ESV