How does one deal with people within your immediate circle of influence that are not following Jesus? Our points of view obviously differ and we clash, but we can’t create an unpleasant atmosphere at work.

People were drawn to Jesus because of His compassion, love, purity, wisdom, etc. He did not act like a moral policeman, pointing out sins and errors. Instead, he would talk about the uplifting and beautiful. People were encouraged, blessed by His words. 

In work situations, we do not need to join every conversation. We can be […]

How is a cheerful heart like good medicine?

Proverbs 17:22, "A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit saps a person’s strength." There is a connection between our thoughts and our physical health. Doctors have determined that when a person smiles, his body produces up-lifting hormones (endorphins). A simple smile will immediately improve your feelings. Try it right now. Do you […]

Why are most Christians, today, Powerless? Why isn't the Holy Spirit helping them?

Most Christians are Christians in name only, i.e., nominal. They recognize Jesus as their Savior, practice righteous living, attend church, read the Bible, etc. This is a very good first step. However, they have not given their hearts and lives over to God to do His will. To receive the holy spirit, they need to […]

Why did I live through my wreck?

Our hearts go out to you. It sounds like you survived a horrible experience. Perhaps you're asking for what purpose does God want you to live? Or you are wondering why you survived while others died? Maybe you are questioning how can you can possibly move on with life? You may be praying to God […]

Can one marry his step father's child?

No, the Bible prohibits marriage with any close relative, even your step-father's child.

"And if a man shall take his sister, his father's daughter, or his mother's daughter, and see her nakedness, and she see his nakedness; it is a wicked thing; and they shall be cut off in the sight of their people: he hath […]

Is it good to be alone or to marry?

"I say to the unmarried and to widows: It is good for them if they remain as I am. But if they do not have self-control, they should marry, since it is better to marry than to burn with desire." 1 Corinthians 7:8,9 (CSB).

The Scriptures give man free choice regarding the decision to marry. The […]

What does obey mean?

To obey means to hear God's Word and act accordingly. 

In the Old Testament, the word “obey” is the Hebrew word “shama,” Stong’s word H8085. It means “to hear” and is often so translated. There are several different Greek words in the New Testament which describe obedience. Most often the Greek word “hupakouó,” Strong’s G5219, is […]

In Bible it says to choose good not evil; blessings not curse; life not death. In GOD'S sight what are the good, blessings, life, evil, curse, and death? I want to choose what God loves.

For every right principle, there is a corresponding wrong principle: truth and falsity, love and hatred, justice and injustice. We distinguish these principles as right and wrong. Discerning between these requires moral sense or conscience. Remember: man was created in God’s image and His law was put in our hearts. Romans 2:15 (ESV), “what the […]

What does God say about bisexuals? How can someone help a 14 year old girl to stop having these feelings? Please help!

Sadly, homosexuality and bisexuality have become acceptable and lawful in many countries. However, the Bible clearly states that sexual union is only blessed between a man and a woman within the marriage relationship. Matthew 19:5, "…For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall […]

What is the biblical meaning of self-denial?

Self-denial means denying our own natural wills and instead following God’s will in all matters. Does it mean we cannot express our preference to buy chocolate ice cream over vanilla? No. Does it mean we ignore our likes and dislikes? No. It means we pursue the spiritual choices and not our natural, human interests.

Galatians 5:17 […]