A lot of people who respect the Bible may have no idea what most of it means or how to interpret it ... including the truth about the amazing riches of salvation in Christ and the joy it brings to your life.
Perhaps you remember seeing a copy of the Ten Commandments hanging on your classroom wall. Sadly, you won’t see them in public schools today. But Dr. Robert Jeffress explains how these simple rules still contain the guiding principles for excelling in your studies—and in every area of life.
The way we respond to bad news reveals a lot about us. Take a look at how Nehemiah reacted when the news about Jerusalem wasn’t what he’d hoped. Find out what his reaction revealed about him when you study along with Alistair Begg on Truth For Life.
Lessons from Psalms 114—116 include: On the cross, Jesus Christ delivered us from the penalty of sin in the past, delivers us from the power of sin in the present, and in the future He will deliver us from the presence of sin. God knows your name and all about you. If we have tensions and hang-ups, . . .
There's always something within us that has the propensity to sin sometimes. Dr. Stanley explains this old nature that the apostle Paul referred to as the flesh. But we also discover how to yield to the Holy Spirit and live a life not bound by sinful desires.
Through life’s ups and downs, it’s easy to feel stuck, without an intentional plan for your future. Dr. John Trent and his daughter, Kari Trent Stageberg discuss LifeMapping, with strategies for moving to a place of health, freedom, and life.
The grim reality of humanity’s sinful condition fills the opening chapters of Paul’s letter to the Romans. But the eighth chapter sounds a refrain of relief: “There is now no condemnation for those who belong to Christ Jesus” (8:1).
The gospel is good news because it says that freedom from sin . . .
There’s an old catchphrase that goes, “it’s not what you know; it’s who you know.” In this message, Dr. Tony Evans will explain why that’s definitely the case when it comes to seeing your prayers answered.