Christmas is a joyful season for Christians, not because of gifts or “Santa”, but because God gave us the ultimate gift…
It’s a time to celebrate the birth of our Savior and to rejoice in the faithful promises of God.
But for many, it’s also a season of giving.
I believe the only biblical way to have a relationship is through biblical courtship, with the intention of marriage.
During these long four or so years of college, we are tempted to do things that we would have never thought would happen. Based off what I have seen, there are three prominent groups of college Christians who react in an environment such as this.
God is true to His Word and He promises that we won’t be tempted beyond our abilities. But more than that, He provides a way of escape from temptation.
When the sufferings come, let us not be ashamed to declare and confess who we belong to. Let us give glory to the God who had mercy and saved us.
Discipline leads to endurance. Endurance leads to the peaceful fruit of righteousness. A lack of discipline leads to compliance, and compliance leads to further sin.
Through this series called Boot Camp, I will look at various difficulties of the Christian life while using my experiences in my past military training. These topics will be: Discipline, Tribulations and Persecution, Temptations, Tests and Trials, and Enduring and Overcoming.
It is God’s calling on your life that saves you.