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In Colossians 1:21-22, Paul reminds us that if you are trusting in Christ alone for your salvation, you must remember four things.
What is being changed through the blood of Christ's cross? Paul gives us the answer: "All things" - both in Earth and in Heaven.
Much of contemporary Evangelical preaching over-emphasizes Jesus' humanity to the point of depreciating or even denying His deity. What kind of thinking results from that kind of preaching?
What does God mean when he tells us that it is possible for a Christian spouse to "save" an unbelieving spouse, and that the unbelieving spouse is "sanctified" by the presence of a Christian spouse within the home?
If a Christian is married to an unbeliever, according to the Word of God who has the right to leave, and who does not? What is God's great reason why a believing spouse should remain under the same roof with an unbelieving husband or wife?
Christian, are you living in close contact with family members who are not Christians - perhaps even your husband or wife? Those situations present Christians with some of life's most difficult challenges. But God's Word gives us answers, and hope.
God often uses multiple people in manifold ways as He brings a sinner to saving faith.
Christian, are you becoming spiritually mature? What does it mean to become spiritually mature? Where is spiritual maturity to be found? Does it come easily, or does it involve struggle?
Much of today's Evangelical church is on a diet of spiritual junk food: High short-term emotional energy, but little or no lasting spiritual nutrition.
In the book of Ezra, God commanded the returning remnant of Israel to divorce their unbelieving spouses. In First Corinthians, Christians are told to remain in the marriage relationship with an unbelieving spouse. Why the difference?