3 Suggestions for the Lord’s Supper

3 Suggestions for the Lord’s Supper

When the Lord brought His people out of Egyptian bondage, He instituted a meal to remind them annually of what He had done. And when the Lord brought His people out of bondage to sin, He instituted a meal to remind them weekly of what He had done. This memorial meal...
Why Christian Unity is So Very Important

Why Christian Unity is So Very Important

We all know “unity” is a biblical concept. We know Jesus prayed that we all “may become perfectly one” (John 17:23). But in the grand scheme of things, many of us seem to rank unity as a pretty low priority. “It would be nice,” we...
5 Steps for Handling Conflict with Other Christians

5 Steps for Handling Conflict with Other Christians

Whether it’s caused by misunderstanding, miscommunication, or downright malevolence, conflict happens. It even happens in the church. People will disappoint you, hurt your feelings, and cause you pain. But how you respond in those situations is of the utmost...
Is the Greater Threat to the Church Liberalism or Legalism?

Is the Greater Threat to the Church Liberalism or Legalism?

Liberalism says something like this, “Because I am accepted by God, I can do pretty much whatever I want.” On the other extreme, legalism says, “I am accepted by God because I am a good and obedient person.” Both of these positions are wrong,...
What is Vain Worship?

What is Vain Worship?

In Mark 7:7 Jesus quoted Isaiah, saying, “In vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men.” But what did Jesus mean about worshiping in vain? I’ve heard many people explain that “vain worship” is worshiping God...
Be Careful Calling Someone a “False Teacher”

Be Careful Calling Someone a “False Teacher”

The term “false teacher” gets thrown around a lot; but the definition might not be as obvious as it seems. Many people probably assume a false teacher is simply someone who teaches something that’s false. But that’s not really how the Bible...

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