Love for Jesus and other people is the motive for meeting desperate needs. As believers, we can’t simply look away, ignore needs, or say ‘be filled.’ We need to show people the love of Jesus while we still have time left to do so.
Articles by Howard Green
Anxiety feels like barbarians rioting in the streets of your mind. In part because anxiety presumes a great distance between God and my present concerns.
The problem is that the Bible never promises anyone your best life now, but it promises believers that in this life we will have tribulation, that Jesus is coming soon and he will repay us according to what we have done.
A realistic look at our world will attest the fact that godlessness is rampant and has reached epidemic proportions.
As believers, we need discernment even more as spiritual deception is on the rise in these last days.
A growing number of fellowships are following the course of this world despite repeated warnings to change direction. This is what happens when the church begins embracing the spirit of the age.
There is a day coming when commerce and worship will be intrinsically linked. It will be a time when buying or selling requires worship.
We want to focus on here is the elephant in the middle of the evangelical livingroom. The elephant in the room is the continued ignoring of sound end time Bible prophecy teaching.
The biblical mandate is to go to all nations and make disciples, but too many of our churches and leadership are content with romancing the world.