Question: I was hurt in the past when some relationships went bad, and now I'm afraid of starting new relationships. When I attend church, I keep to myself. Even at work, I don't talk much with people. I know that's not right. How can I honour God and point others to Him without building relationships? I feel caged by my fear. What should I do?Read More
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Why did Jesus need to be raised? I mean, if our sins need to be paid for on the cross, He did that. What is so significant about coming back to life?
Look at Romans 4, verse 25. I'll give you a little simple formula that will help you keep the two separate. When it comes to sins, you've got to have the cross. When it comes to being declared righteous, you've got to have the empty tomb.Read More
I can't explain what God has done. For the last nine years, I have served as pastor of the Spanish Ministries at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. As a Spanish-speaking ministry, we have witnessed the changes Christ has made in the lives of many people. Incredible changes! But I can't explain how it all took place. I have heard this statement that holds great truth: “If you can explain what is going on, then God isn't doing it!” 1 God is the God of the impossible. Miracles are His specialty. Don't misunderstand; we are not a perfect church.Read More
This February I will be two years sober and have fully recovered through dependence on God and a complete change of my life through Christ. I don't have enough space to capture all of the miracles that have transpired in my life over the last two years.Read More
There's something almost childlike in First John. When you look at it and all of the black and white terms that are used, you think you're almost listening to a child. A child sees things as right or wrong, good or bad. The child sees God or the devil. And if they're a little older, the Spirit of Christ or antichrist, sin or righteousness, loving others or hating others. And it's no surprise that John would have, as one of his favourite words of address through this letter, “little children.”Read More
Every day I listen to Insight for Living on my way to work. I start my day off feeling closer to God and it gives me things to discuss with my co-workers.
One morning my 16-year-old son, Ryan, was listening with me. The radio reception isn't always that clear and we missed one of the points that you made. I casually mentioned to Ryan that Insight for Living had podcasts so we could listen to the message again.Read More
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