Even if theologians and philosophers throughout history didn’t believe that Christianity was the basis of all rational thought, the Bible clearly teaches that God is the beginning of knowledge and that no one can understand the meaning of truth, love or anything else unless it were granted to him or her by God.
Seeking God is of infinite importance and it should be the primary desire in every believer.
The God of the Old Testament is the God of the New Testament. He is gracious and longsuffering today, as well as in the days of Abraham.
God wants us to behold His glory and beauty, and He does this even through the beauty of the winter landscape.
We need to seek God’s will to know what God calls us to do and always understand that if He calls us to something else. Once He calls us, we need to accept it and obey Him.
While December 7th, 1941 will certainly be remembered as a date which will live in infamy, the attack on Pearl Harbor does not change that fact that God is sovereign, God is good, and that God is love.
There are so many reasons to worship our God, but one of the greatest reasons as to why He is to be worshipped is because of His love.
Sacrifice is such a big and heavy word. We as Christians should know what this word means and the impact it has more than anyone else.
Does God know the future? This is a question of monumental proportions. It is in this question that we discover whether or not God is worthy of our worship. This idea of God’s exhaustive knowledge of all things is referred to as omniscience.