“When should a Christian try to correct another Christian?”……This can be a delicate subject. It is wise to spend time in prayer first, to check our motivation and ask for guidance. There are times when Christians are called upon to “talk to” or try to correct a fellow Christian. Assuming we are talking about a […]

“What does the Bible say about compromise?”……To compromise is to make concessions or accommodations for someone who does not agree with a prevalent set of standards or rules. The Bible makes it clear that God does not condone compromising His standards: …Psalm 119:1-4…"Joyful are people of integrity, who follow the instructions of the LORD. Joyful […]

No Junk Allowed…1 Samuel 16:7…" But the Lord said to Samuel, "Eliab is tall and handsome, but don't judge by things like that. God doesn't look at what people see. People judge by what is on the outside, but the Lord looks at the heart. Eliab is not the right man." Seven├ö├ç├ëyear├ö├ç├ëold Chris Krebs was […]

Don't postpone time with your love ones by Charlotte Carpenter A slow but steady rain came down all that wintry morning and froze where it fell-on the ground, the trees, the buildings. By mid-afternoon the rain had stopped, and we looked on a crystal world. We were accustomed to the white hoarfrost of winter, but […]

“What does the Bible say about education?”……Answer: The book of Proverbs is filled with the instructions given by Solomon to his sons. The son is exhorted to learn from this instruction, and the result of the application of the knowledge learned is called wisdom. The word "education" may not appear in the English form in […]

“What does the Bible say about dealing with difficult people?”……Our response to difficult people should center around the examples provided by Jesus, for He surely dealt with many difficult people during His time here on earth. His interactions with these people was never with an attitude of superiority or dominance, but rather one of subservience. […]

How to Be Interesting-and Unhelpful John Piper reminds us that preaching has purposes far beyond merely interesting information. The point of this little exhortation is that, in handling the Scriptures, sanctification and speculation rise and fall in inverse proportion. As speculation increases, sanctification decreases. The more guessing, the less blessing. Few people would give their […]