Faith isn't nurtured by fitting tomorrow’s headlines into a probable scheme, but by being rooted in the faithfulness of God.
Lord's Supper is a memorial service looking back to Jesus' utterly unique death—a death that so satisfied the righteous demands of God that Jesus was granted to rise from the dead and come again as King of all. The sacrifice of Christ set the charge for the explosion of his second coming.
Christ has plotted many tactical advances before the time of the final victory.
When will Christ come back, and what does this have to do with missions?
Let us hold fast that Christ is coming and that all the world will be his someday and we will reign with him forever and ever.
What does John Piper believe about the end times and why?
We must learn to make the biblical distinction between earning eternal life on the basis of works and receiving eternal life according to works.
What about the New Covenant promise that God will not remember the sins of his people? Will they be remembered at the judgment day?
With the inbreaking of the kingdom of God into this world through Jesus, every human institution is about to pass away.
Do we long for Christ's return or are we anxious that it might interrupt our worldly plans? Eternity hangs on this question.
Have you ever wondered what joy and hope sustained Jesus in his horrific hours of suffering?
If we could see the final judgment, we would be the happiest and bravest people in 2008.
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