Tag: sin

Saints in Christ

What does it mean to be a saint? Ephesians 1:1–4 gives the answer.

Persuasive Peacemaking

We truly begin to walk in wisdom when our speech demonstrates self-control. Instead of answering out of anger, speak calmly out of love.

The Wisdom of Speaking Less

When it comes to our words, less is better than more. Sin likes to sneak into our lives through our lips, so a quality of the wise is to speak less often.

2 Peter: The Judgment to Come

Just as the flood came without warning, so Jesus will return like a thief in the night (2 Peter 3:10). Therefore, we must be ready at any moment, not presuming upon God’s patience, but living in light of our eternal home He is preparing for us.

2 Peter: The Nature of False Teachers

How do we recognize false teachers? Many of them are in our own churches, and they seem to be a part of the body of Christ. But there are distinguishing factors, and Peter discusses those marks in chapter 2 of his epistle.

2 Peter: The Fate of the False Teachers

There is a huge difference between the fate of the false teachers and the fate of the righteous. While He brings judgment on the false teachers, God has given His children an undefiled and unfading inheritance.

The Passover and The Feast of Unleavened Bread

Both the Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread represented the Israelites’ deliverance from bondage in Egypt. With the coming of Jesus Christ, however, they were fulfilled and their meaning was explained.

The 7 Feasts of Israel: Overview

At first, the 7 feasts of Israel may not seem like something Christians need to worry about. But these feasts are prophetic, typifying the coming of the Messiah. Israel’s feasts demonstrate the holiness of God and the sinfulness of humanity, looking ahead to the efficacious sacrifice of Christ.