Very few professing Christians understand the profound meaning behind this line in the famous hymn, “Amazing Grace” by John Newton. “Twas grace that taught my heart to fear, and grace my fears relieved.”
Christians must be committed to both Gospel and Law. The Law asks, “WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?).” The Gospel asks, “WDJD (What Did Jesus Do?).” Both of these questions are vital for the Christian.
Social Justice Warriors forget a key ingredient when attempting their version of justice. When doing justice, we must remember the full scope of Micah 6:8.
If we are not trusting God in the smaller things, we will not trust him when it matters most.
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?
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