March 23, 2010Many who are confined to their house are desperate for some human interaction and assistance.
March 22, 2010Truth is rooted in the eternal God who’s all powerful and unchangeable. Jesus prayed, “Sanctify them by the truth; Your word is Truth” (John 17:17).
March 22, 2010I seek the will of the Spirit of God, through, or in connection with, the Word of God. The Spirit and the Word must be combined. If I look to the Spirit alone without the Word, I lay myself open to great delusions also. If the Holy Ghost guides us at all, He will do it according to the Scriptures and never contrary to them.
March 22, 2010You might not be able to come to Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation for counseling, but we would like to help you find a biblical counselor in your area. These guidelines can help you make wise decisions in choosing a biblical counselor. A counselor should be someone who:
- loves people, perseveres through tough times, and is confident that Jesus works in his needy people
- believes that God’s Word is designed and provided by God to provide sufficient counsel for all of life’s issues (2 Pet. 1:2-4; Heb. 4:12; 2 Tim. 3:16-17)
- gives clear evidence of a ...
March 22, 2010In adoring the providence of God, we are apt to be struck with what is new and out of the usual course, while we too much overlook long, habitual, and uninterrupted mercies.
March 22, 2010Passages regarding Spiritual warfare in Scripture, arranged by Randy Alcorn.
March 22, 2010If you want to increase your desire for God, then get to know him in a deeper way.
March 19, 2010I would like to see more vibrant, Christ-exalting living, first in me, and then in my church and the Christian community as a whole. So I sympathize with what you’re looking for.
March 19, 2010Though I am assured of my salvation in Christ and have been a believer for many years, I have a hard time connecting with God on an emotional level. How do I experience God as “Abba Father”?
How do I know which translation(s) of the Bible would be good to use, especially for a "word for word" study?
March 19, 2010And among those that translate word for word, the ESV is more literary and readable; the NASB is not quite as good English, but still accurate as a word for word translation. A person reading a passage looking for key terms that repeat, then a NASB would be better. If you are trying to understand the passage as a whole, then the ESV is better.