Nothing is more dangerous than a runaway religion. The quest for God, gone wrong, unwittingly and unknowingly becomes the quest for Satan.
We can be faithful to the forms of faith we have always known all the while remaining enslaved to sin.
Watch this video as J. D. Walt rehearses what goes wrong with God’s people in 2 Kings when they ignore God’s Word.
Doing good is the fruit, but if it would represent the work of Jesus it must come from knowing him, which is the root.
Being like Jesus doesn’t begin with behavior but beholding. It cannot be sustained by mere imitation, it requires impartation.
Behold the stunning sweep of the Gospel: Darkness and death give way to Light and Life. This is what God does, because it is who God is.
Jesus sets us free from the penalty of sin, and even better, he sets us free from the power of sin.
Something about us wants to believe peace and unity are possible without Jesus.
Watch today’s video as J. D. Walt shares insights from the story of Eli and Samuel in 1 Samuel.
It was Jesus’ extraordinary success, and the ever present agenda of the world in light of this success, that moved him to flee into the haven of his Father’s fellowship.