Grow in Knowledge
We are admonished to grow in knowledge, " But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen." (II Peter 3:18). We also have a respnsibility to, "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." (II Timothy 2:15).
We trust the following articles will help you to do this:
Jubilee of All Jubilees When we break God's law we become slaves to sin and the consequence are unavoidable. The Bible says that all have sinned therefore all of humanity are slaves to sin. Our spiritual captivity prevents us from receiving our inheritance - eternal life. Fortunately God has a plan to redeem us from the yoke of slavery.
Woe is Us! Woe is a three letter word that packs a powerful punch. Used more than a hundred times in the Bible it is not a word to ignore! Woe conveys some very strong emotions that range from the utter grief and despair to vehement anger. It expresses the grief and despair felt about the wretched conditions suffered by humanity and expresses anger toward its cause and the perpetrator of such misery and sorrow.
Sermon to the Saints Paul delivered a sermon to remind the saints of their calling, the role Christ has played in their salvation and the incredible future that God has in store for them.
A Hard Saying Do you know what it means to live in Christ and for him to live in you? Many did not understand in Christ's time and turned away because of it.
Cursed is the Ground “Cursed is the ground for your sake” – words spoken six thousand years ago – do they have any significance for us today? Is there any connection between the environmental problems of this age and the curse mentioned in Genesis 3:17?
Sorrow No More Why is there so much sorrow and pain in this world? And why is life such a disappointing misery for so many? The answers to these questions can be found in the very first book of the Bible.
A Lesson from Gideon How could a small band of only three hundred completely rout an army of many thousands? It seems impossible, but it did happen. The battle was recorded in the pages of the Bible as a lesson for us today. What is this lesson and how does it apply to us?
Greater Works Than These Jesus Christ wanted followers to understand the concept of the Father living in and working through Him, because the same spiritual empowerment was to be made available to them to do greater works.
An End to Enmity Why is there so much hatred in this world? This negative emotion eats away like cancer causing resentment, animosity and hostility often leading to violence, murder or even war. Where does it come from? Will we ever be able to rid ourselves of this powerfully destructive emotion?