Why did Jesus talk so much about hell? It’s not a real popular topic even today and its hard to think it would have been then. What possible reason would Jesus have for stressing it during His ministry?
Understanding Revelation 12 all depends on what criteria you use to establish when it will (or has) taken place. But once you know WHEN this prophecy is taking place, you can learn a powerful message about God's faithfulness.
"Play God Day" is "celebrated" on January 9th and encourages people to do something nice for others. That can be a good thing. But "playing God" can also have a negative side. What could be wrong with "playing God" and how do I recognize if I'm falling into that trap?
God built His church to be ONE... but Satan builds walls to divide that church. How do we identify what the Devil does so that we can unify our church and challenge the power of the evil one?
Take It To The Mat
How do we defeat Satan? It appears we do it by (as a Church) beating down the gates of Hell. But how exactly do that, and what is the objective in beating down those gates?
The First Promise
What would say to a man who was afraid of dying? A man who knew his death was just months away but couldn't handle that truth? Would you be able to turn his fear into hope?
Sin, Whose Fault Is It?
Whose fault was it that Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden? Was it all THEIR fault? Did Satan influence Eve's choice? Was God at fault for their failure?
What is this about a snake in the wilderness? And what can that tell me about the fact that God so loved the world that He sent His only begotten Son?
Loving Like Your Father Loves
Some people refuse to love their enemies because it shows they have standards, that they respect themselves, that they reject bad behavior. It makes them feel God-like. But Jesus said that being "God-like" means loving our enemies. How do we do that?