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What if I don't feel saved?

By S. Michael Houdmann, Supporter of Got Questions Ministries

This is an all-too-common question among Christians. Many people doubt their salvation because of feelings or the lack of them. 616 more words

Following Christ

Jesus Never Went To Hell

In my readings I ran across a rather absurd Bible doctrine that in the 3 day interval following Christ’s crucifixion he was in hell. The version of this erroneous doctrine that I read stated that He needed to bear all the sin of all time, so never mind the fact that He had just endured perhaps the most brutal and humiliating deaths of all time after being flogged within an inch of His life in the public square and mocked and betrayed and spit upon, and finally had His Father turn His back on Him after having spikes driven through His hands and feet and left to suffocate on a cross. 601 more words

Bible Doctrine

Sermon on Mark 8:1-13 - Seeing is Believing

This sermon was delivered by Pastor Chris Duke on 02/10/2016. This article is from notes I made so is not completely in keeping with what Pastor Chris said though I’ve tried to be as accurate as possible. 1,833 more words

Jesus Christ

What can we learn from the life of Mary of Bethany?

By S. Michael Houdmann, Supporter of Got Questions Ministries

Mary of Bethany is one of the most beautiful characters in all of Scripture, and we can learn valuable lessons from studying her life. 921 more words

Following Christ

Thinking God’s thoughts

As we think, so do we live. We have a guiding light.

-Madeleine L. Turner-

You’ve no doubt heard the saying, “You are what you eat”. 631 more words

Christian Living

Naomi reblogged this on Lighting the Lamp and commented:

A wonderful article here from Madeleine Turner on the importance of feeding on God's Word to renew our minds in Christ (Romans 12:2). May it bless you, as it did me.

The Doctrine of The Divine Decree

Grace Bible Church

The decree of God refers to His eternal (always existed), Holy (perfect integrity), wise (the application of Omniscience to creation), and sovereign purpose. 15,597 more words


Why is loving others often so difficult?

By S. Michael Houdmann, Supporter of Got Questions Ministries

Loving others can be extremely difficult at times. A common phrase to refer to those people that we consistently find ourselves challenged to love is “extra grace required” people. 617 more words

Following Christ