The fall of mankind has introduced an upside-down situation, but God remains available and perfect (Gen. 3:14-24; Ecclesiastes 4).
The universe was framed by the word of God, including the very reality of humanity. How we view ourselves and others is impacted profoundly by our beliefs regarding origins.…
The river, the tree, and the servants in eternity.
The elements of the New Jerusalem--analogous to the nature of the Father, the work of the Son, and the transformation of the Holy Spirit, must be practiced.
Try to have an answer with book and chapter ready for those who ask gospel questions.
"We have Waited for Him" (Isa. 25:9), From the beginning of the world and the first sin committed, our hope has been in the arrival of Jesus
An identity rooted in Christ saves us from searching for it in lesser things or in other people and secures our devotion to God.