Good times are often deceptive, but during times of adversity God is often greatly at work, molding us into His image (Eccl. 7:1-14; Rom. 5:2-5).
Good times and bad times seem to come to everyone, regardless of their faithfulness to God (Eccl. 3:1-15; Romans 8:28-30).
Death is not our friend; we're meant for more. The death and resurrection of Jesus has direct implications for us the resurrection is a transformative event. Everyone will be resurrection…
We have the imprint of natural law within us according to the character of our Creator (Romans 1:18, 2:14-15, 3:23, 5:1; Isaiah 48:22).
Human beings are a vessel made to contain God (Ecclesiastes 2:1-17, 3:11; Romans 9:23, Ephesians 3:14-19).
The last vestiges of rebellion gets wiped off the earth, and the devil is thrown into the lake of fire.
As the Word of God shapes our faith, it also enables our faith
The nature of the Christian life is one of newness in every way.
This closing doxology of Romans reminds us of the gospel's authority and our need to be built up according to it Rom. 16:25-27
We must guard our unity, since the devil seeks to cause division