For a relationship to exist, there must be mutual acceptance. If I accept you and you don’t accept me, there cannot be a relationship. When Jesus sent out the twelve, he reminded them of this important truth. As they reached out to others and received rejection in return, they were to move on. Jesus wants you to be the friend of sinners. As a follower of Christ you know you must accommodate yourself to the non-Christian, going to where he is rather than asking him to come to where you are.…Continue
I see here on the Cyber mega information highway that some Christians use this as a means to convey their faith to others. I see some examples of sharing that are little more than scare tactics, extreme teaching about the end days that are upon us, and other types of things that make us for the most part look like fools. The typical unbeliever doesn't need to look vary far to find his personal ammunition to keep what he believes to be us…
Introduction: A Different Understanding
The story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah as recorded in Genesis 19 is the object of ridicule and skepticism from many critics. Indeed, Genesis 19 is a difficult passage even for Christians, as it exposes us to one of the more terrifying aspects of God’s character, His justice.
Today we will be taking a different approach to this story in an effort to show that if we understand it in way it traditionally has been…Continue