Spiritual Life

Can God Hold You Accountable for Another Person’s Actions?

Pushback against such distorted visions of justice is good and right. However, that pushback can cause the pendulum to swing too far in the opposite direction—to the point where we deny any sense of corporate responsibility, either within our nation or the church. To work against such an imbalance, let us examine three Biblical examples of corporate responsibility.

Do Animals Go to Heaven?

A child’s beloved pet - a goldfish, hamster, or cat - suddenly dies. The family gathers around a make-shift grave to give their last goodbye. Words of comfort are spoken to the grieving child. At some point, the universal question is asked, “Did the animal go to heaven?”

How Do I Have Faith in God?

“Have a little faith,” people will say, but what does it mean? If we look at the world, it tells us to believe WE can do it—to have faith in ourselves. This is contrary to what the Bible teaches, and the Bible is the source of our faith. Read Romans 10:17--faith comes by hearing, hearing the word.

What Is a Spiritual Awakening?

When we say there is "no hope for America unless God sends revival," we are speaking of a supernatural in-breaking of the Spirit of God that produces sorrow over sins, repentance and a turning to God, and enjoying the blessing of his Lordship. That is a genuine spiritual awakening.

Is Your Life Pointing the World to the Right Jesus?

Our responsibility is to be an example to the believer and the unbeliever. This is a high calling because whether we like it or not, people are forming their opinions about who Jesus is based on those who carry his name. Once you publicly profess to be a follower of Jesus, then your life becomes a representation of who Jesus is, whether that is for the good or for the bad.


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