morality

Candace Cameron Bure Ridiculed for Biblical Morality

Candace Cameron Bure Ridiculed for Biblical Morality

The simple fact is that you and I are just as fallen and temptable as those who oppose biblical morality. Our sins are no less sinful than theirs. The difference is that “by grace [we] have been saved through faith” (Ephesians 2:8). We have received a transforming gift we are now called to pay forward to those who need the grace we have experienced. So, when you hear about Christians being ridiculed for biblical morality, pray for your fellow believers and for those who disparage them. 

Christians Need to Stand for Biblical Morality Whatever the Personal Cost

Christians Need to Stand for Biblical Morality Whatever the Personal Cost

More than ever before in American history, America’s Christians will need to be both courageous and persuasive. We will need to stand for biblical morality whatever the personal cost, remembering that “all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted” (2 Timothy 3:12). And we will need to persuade our fellow citizens that biblical morality is best for them and for society since we can no longer depend on legislation and legislators to do that job for us. In other words, Christians in the twenty-first century are returning to the first century.

Mr. Putin's Speech and the Matter of Moral High Ground in the West

Mr. Putin's Speech and the Matter of Moral High Ground in the West

God is long-suffering. His nature is one of love and mercy. Yet, His Word is indivisible. We disobey Him to our certain devastation. We can turn to God in repentance and faith. Now is the time to pray for an outpouring of the Spirit of revival in Christian communities throughout the West. Today is the day for believers, and pastors, in particular, to speak the truth to our generation: If you deny the reality of God, you will soon deny reality.

The Death of Judge Ken Starr and Traits That 'Were Once Considered Normal'

The Death of Judge Ken Starr and Traits That 'Were Once Considered Normal'

Our names may never be known to history like the queen and the judge, but someone knows us as personally as anyone knew them. The people we live, work, and go to school with matter just as much to eternity as a queen or a federal judge. If they do not follow Jesus, we are the only Bible they may read, the only sermon they may hear. This makes our personal integrity, or lack thereof, a kingdom issue of eternal consequence.

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