In many cases of illness today, we utter the same hopeful prayer as the woman in the Bible: “If I only touch his cloak, I will be healed.” And while this is a beautiful prayer of faith, there are many times when the Lord does not answer our prayers for physical healing.
Hell is a topic that has fascinated and troubled people since ancient times. It is a place often associated with divine punishment, eternal suffering, and fiery torment. However, what many Christians believe about hell may not align with what the Bible actually teaches.
Halloween itself is not a Christian holiday but rather a worldly one, as is Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day. And as such is the case, this does not mean that we as Christians should avoid the day; instead, we choose how we engage. Scripture teaches us how to serve, and we can apply all we know on days like Halloween.
It is true that we are closer to the events of eschatology than we were before Jesus came to the earth to die for our sins, but we cannot be dogmatic in saying that the End Times are here. Trying to predict the end times is impossible because many events of eschatology cannot be predicted.
Is Halloween evil? What about other mystical and pagan practices; should Christians participate? Zack and Randy discuss how cultures around the world celebrate Halloween and what scripture says about these practices.
This little boy has the whole congregation laughing when his baptism takes a hilarious turn. It’s truly a blessed moment when someone makes the decision to accept Jesus Christ into their hearts and give themselves to Him. Young Ethan was ready to hand his whole heart over to Jesus.