ple of salvation in time in the scriptures. Those that walk in obedience by faith enjoy the blessings of God. Those that do not walk by faith do not receive this blessing.
The truth of the matter is - faith is a gift from God. It is given to every child of God in the new birth whereby they are able to trust God and His word.
When we realize that we are the children of God, doesn't it just make sense to live our lives holding on to our Father's unchanging hand?
We have a choice as to how we will prepare ourselves to live in this broken world.
Preachers have the responsibility to teach all the Bible to God's people. They are like watchmen on the wall to sound warnings, and calls to fight.
Don't wait on this. Don't put it off until tomorrow, the weekend, or your next vacation. Consider God's handiwork today.
Doubt did not prevent Jesus from raising Lazarus or Himself from the dead. It did, however, rob Thomas of joy and fellowship with Christ during parts of these events.
If you believe, then it is a certainty that you are ALIVE! Not because of your belief but by the sovereign grace of God!
The man we need is Jesus. With Him any future is bright.
In this edition of Triumphal Feast we conclude the message "To The Saints and Faithful." Last week we learned what Paul meant by the titles "saint" and "faithful." This week we will learn how to apply those terms in our daily walk as disciples. When we understand what a glorious gift we have in the sovereign grace of God, we should respond with a thankful and faithful walk.