Questions gnawed at my mind, making me wonder if I had missed God's plan for my life. Did I get it wrong? Where was I supposed to be? What was I meant to do? Why didn't anything make sense anymore?
As I thought about this I wondered, “Why does Jesus have to return at all?” Couldn't He just plan it so when people die they go to heaven or hell and then, when the divine Timekeeper says time has run out, it's game over? Why do we need Him to return with all the surrounding coming events anyway?
The answer to instability is the knowledge of and adherence to God's powerful and holy Word and the day by day reliance upon His Spirit for strength and hope.
Jesus, at a point in His life where the religious trivia champs of His time were plotting to kill Him, answered them with a fierce and pointed statement.
How can I know God's will for my life?” is a question many Christians ask.
Our nation's technical knowledge and scientific expertise overshadow our grasp of Bible basics to an appalling degree.
Is it just a poor word choice to say you can't when you really won't? In this Video Insight, Chuck Swindoll suggests it could really be a statement about God.