It is clear that offering physical aid to those around us is a good and Christ-like thing to do. What is sometimes less clear is when this focus on the endless physical needs of people overshadows and takes away from our great commission.
Our culture is constantly shifting and changing, and for many of us, a portion of our worldview is directly derived from our culture. Are there things that you do that you dismiss or excuse because everyone else seems to do it? Are there movies or shows you watch, games you play, or activities you are comfortable partaking in because everyone else does?
Originality Note: This topic is heavily inspired from pastor CRAIG GROESCHEL’s Soul Detox Theory through RightNow Media. It was to fit within
Originality Note: This topic is heavily inspired from pastor CRAIG GROESCHEL’s Soul Detox Theory Devotional through RightNow Media. This topic was written
Fear is embedded into every one of our lives. Every one of us, even those of us who might not think of fear as being a big issue in our hearts, suffer the chokehold of fear. As children, the things we fear are very definable. As adults, our greatest fears are much less definable and objective. But should we fear these things? Is this fear sinful?
You’ve probably heard the saying “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” It’s a popular phrase, but is it really true? Should it be?
If God Knows the Future, does his People have Free Will? Second Edition Lucas D. Elliott December 26th, 2021 NA4A – Author
It’s easy to glance at the Bible and see a very harsh God in the Old Testament, and a very kind one
Lucas D. Elliott Department of Communications, Liberty University Theo 104: Introduction to Theology Survey Dr. Jeffrey Mayfield July 12, 2020 DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.12697877
Lucas D. Elliott Department of Communications, Liberty University January 16, 2020 DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.17192708 The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines responsibility as: “the state or fact