Archive for June, 2008
This immensely practical book answers many important questions related to the Judgment Seat of Christ, such as:
***What are the prerequisites for receiving the greatest rewards?
***Will Jesus judge us according to our works?
***Will God remember my sins after I die?
***Since I’m already saved, do I really need to worry about a time of judgment?
How can you face the coming judgment with confidence, prepared to meet Christ?
If you are trusting in your works, that they are good enough, then you need this book. You’ll learn to cease depending on the flesh to find true power in the Spirit. You’ll turn from the Law to live by faith to gain the righteousness needed for a reward. You’ll stop trusting in your works and lean on God’s grace for a fuller salvation. (more…)
“Why would the law put a child to death for hitting or cursing his parents?”
“Why did an angry God kill everyone at the Flood?”
“If God is all-powerful, why doesn’t he stop all suffering?”
These age-old difficulties have caused many people to question the Christian faith. They are tough questions, but they have solid, satisfying answers that can banish your doubts. (more…)
Tags: good works, inherit the kingdom, Kingdom of God, lose your salvation, responsibility, sin
Can Christians lose their salvation? I don’t believe a person can lose his or her salvation. However, the Bible does address what we can lose after we have been “saved.” For instance:
Tags: imperfect, judgment, Luke 22:28–30, perseverance in trials, weakness
Tags: A Christian Directory, counted worthy, judgment, lose our reward, Luke 21:34–36), pray, prayer, Richard Baxter, sin, v, warning, watch
Tags: accountability, concept of Jesus, fear, judgment, Luke 19:20–23
Tags: accountability, faithful, flesh against the Spirit, Luke 16:11–13, master, responsibility, true riches, unfaithful
Tags: debtors, eternal value, fear, friends, judgment seat, kingdom, Luke 16:9, master, steward, terror of the Lord, untrustworthy
Tags: dinner, disabled, feast, humility, indivdualists, Luke 14:12–14, Pharisee, pride, respect, reward, supper
Tags: Abraham, follow the Lord, immorality, Isaac, Jacob, Kingdom of God, Luke 13:28, master, narrow gate, New Age, sacrifice, striving to enter, trusting God
Tags: carnal nature, cross, flesh, gate, life of Christ, Lord, lordship, love, Luke 13:23–25, master, narrow gate, strive to enter
Tags: faithful and wise steward, kingdom, lordship, Luke 12:40–41, master, money, pride, ruler, serve Him, Son of Man, work