In a heavily agrarian culture, listeners of Jesus’ sermons easily related to His agricultural symbols and parables. Concepts like sowing and reaping or wheat and tares provided easily understood spiritual illustrations.
One of His most vivid metaphors is of a vine and branches found in John . . .
As our culture grows more hostile to Christianity, we can stand on the shoulders of believers who’ve walked before us. Rod Dreher [DREER] shares powerful lessons from 20th century Christians who stood for their faith amid persecution.
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Some quickly dismiss Christ from their Christmas celebration because they think science can’t explain His incarnation. But science is also unable to disprove it. How does that affect the Christian faith? Find out when you listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
Pastor Greg Laurie points out, true disciples don’t ask God to get on board with THEIR objectives, they ask God how to get on board with HIS objectives. Monday on A NEW BEGINNING, we’ll talk about discovering God’s will and pursuing it as genuine disciples.
He was a humble carpenter who lived a quiet life; in fact, the Bible doesn’t record a single word he said. Yet Joseph was hand-picked by God to be the adoptive father of the Messiah. Dr. David Jeremiah profiles this man who was both tough-minded and tender-hearted, a man of faith and integrity.