A brief word about Russel Moore, John MacArthur, Eschatology, and Uganda’s new LGBT laws.
The Samaritan woman in John 4 asks Jesus WHERE is the proper place to worship. Jesus answers her by addressing WHO and HOW we should worship. Christ answers this way because the whole world is the place for worship, even in the den of lions.
To live by faith (or to do anything by faith) is to be governed by a dependence on God’s grace and a desire for God’s glory.
All Scripture is FOR us, but not all Scripture is TO us. In order to understand difficult passages like Hebrews 6, we need to properly understand the context of the immediate audience.
Scripture teaches that we are “surrounded by a great cloud which surrounds us is “a cloud of witnesses.” These past saints, now in glory, are not mere cheer leaders for Christians living today. They serve as witnesses for, or against us, as we seek to live by faith.
Prosperity is not God’s stamp of approval on our lives, but neither is poverty. A person can be rich and wicked. Likewise, a person can be poor and wicked. God uses both suffering and blessing to sanctify his people.