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.
We don’t examine our salvation through our doubts, but our convictions.
The reason why people are unable to give a proper defense for their faith in God is because they never came to know God in the first place.
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.
While some may believe that it is better to have a busy life, I think it’s far better and more honorable to God to have a productive life.
I don’t believe that God wants lethargic Christians; He wants believers that are willing to work our their faith and to embrace a calling that God gives each individual who believes in Him.
I can’t tell you why God made us so dependent on one another. I can only tell you that once you receive Christ and the grace of God, you will see the prize of friendship.