In this teaching, John Schoenheit expounds the Parable of the Sower, in which Jesus describes four different kinds of soil and what happens when the seed of the Word of God is sown upon them. We know that this parable contains a very important lesson because both at the beginning and the end of the […]
The Word of God tells us that when Moses was born “he was no ordinary child.” While this is certainly true of Moses, from God’s perspective it is also true that no one ever born is considered ordinary. Sadly, despite such potential for being “extraordinary,” far too many people die as “ordinary.” What happens to […]
God is a loving Father and He wants us to spend time with Him. The Bible tells us that God knit us together in our mother’s wombs, and knows our every thought. Yet we often leave Him on the back burner. We tend to make time in our daily lives for people and other things, […]
Spiritual heart disease is a severe condition that afflicts the “inner heart” of the entire human race. The source of this disease can be traced all the way back to the sin of Adam in the Garden when he rejected God and rebelled against Him. This sin was so cataclysmic that its effects are painfully […]
This teaching shows that even though salvation is not obtained by keeping the Law, the Law is holy, just, and good (Rom. 7:12). The Law contains God’s wisdom and heart for mankind, and some of it does apply to us today. Many of God’s commands in the Law help us live lives that are pleasing […]
This teaching discusses the importance of transforming the heart by renewing the mind, which is to bring one’s thoughts up to a new level of godliness.
Have you ever felt like you were the only one who struggles with sin? Well, you are not alone. In the first of this month’s double-barreled presentation, Kathy Lunardini reveals some of her personal struggles with sin and how she decided to no longer ignore it and thereby allow it to continue to have mastery […]
The Bible says that Christians are to be “imitators of God,” and live a life of love as Jesus Christ did. Doing so requires us to get rid of anger, bitterness, and evil communication, and to purify our hearts.