Faith acts in total dependence on the Lord. It is trusting Him to work and accomplish His purposes through our work. We work in faith depending on God to bless His Word and transform lives through the work we do.
If Jesus promised an abundant, rich and satisfying life, how could He also promise many trials and sorrows? Aren’t those opposites? Why is the Christian life abundantly difficult at times?
Nehemiah didn’t succeed by himself. He had a team of people working with him. They believed in the cause and gave of themselves to make it happen. The same is true for us. Will you continue to build and battle with us as part of our team?
People end up saying, “This is what this means to me” and “What’s true for you isn’t necessarily true for me.” If faith is only subjective, each person is right in what they believe, regardless of the Bible or of the belief of others.
Today, through Insight for Living Canada and the Bible-teaching ministry of Pastor Chuck Swindoll, we have the wonderful opportunity and privilege to be in the Master’s hands and used by Him to make an eternal impact.
Jesus said a number of things that, at face value, lead us to believe that with faith we can do anything. That all sounds great but there seems to be another side to this that suggests even with faith, we can’t do everything.
We want to expand our reach and provide even more Canadians with the tools they need not only to read God’s Word but also believe and apply it to their lives. To accomplish this we need your prayer and financial support.
How do we discern when to become a follower of someone or not? Is it OK to be a Swindollist or a MacArthurite today? Here’s what the Bible says, “Don’t put your confidence in powerful people; there is no help for you there” (Psalm 146:3).
There is nothing more important than knowing and living out God’s Word. That is why we believe what we do at Insight for Living Canada is crucial. And your partnership with us is essential.
Should I, as a citizen of earth and Canada, always demand my rights or is there ever a time when as a Christian I should sacrifice my rights? Does being a citizen of heaven ever overrule my rights as an earthly citizen?