Sharing your faith seems binary. Either the person you talk to becomes a Christian, or they don't. But that's not the way God sees it. When you share your faith, you are either planting a seed, or you are watering a seed someone else planted. It's God who provides the growth.
As Christians, many of us look at the world fondly wishing we could do some of the things we know are wrong. We even think about our old sinful life and remember it as all good instead of how it really was. Let's talk about this today.
It's amazing when we hear stories of people giving their life for someone they love. But you never hear stories of people dying for people on death row. Jesus died for everyone on death row. He even died for you and me.
The Bereans didn't just take what Paul was teaching for granted. They spent time and energy reading the Bible to see if what he was saying was true before they decided to follow his teaching. Let's talk and pray about this today.
In the first century, there were judaizers who said that Christians must also follow the law in the old testament to have salvation in Jesus. Today, there are modern judaizers who are saying the same thing. We discuss and pray about this it today's Daily D.
God sets authority in place. He honors those authorities even if they don't rule the way they should.
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I haven't had a new podcast for a little over a month. The reason isn't because I stopped reading my Bible, it's because my dad died. Today, instead of the normal format I would like to take some time to tell you about my dad.