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The Bible clearly states that God cannot be tempted by evil, so why do other passages speak of God being tempted? Chris Russell, AiG–U.S., explains.
Dig into the Scriptures to find your way back to the path toward wholeness in Christ.
One of the fantastic claims of the Word of God is that it “stands forever.”
The Bible functions as a “sword” in its ability to cut through to the innermost depths of a person’s heart and soul.
Have you ever noticed that it’s sometimes easier to show someone what you mean than just to try to use words to explain it?
The Scriptures claim to be able to change a life forever.
Ultimately, the eternal consequences of our life are dependent upon our obedience or disobedience to God and His Word.
How Did the Prophets Predict the Future with Such Clarity?
Bible is not man’s word but God’s Word.
Today’s passage is important because it established a crucial principle as the children of Israel prepared to enter into the promised land: don’t add to or take away from the words of God.
Why are the writings of the 40 different authors of the various books of the Bible distinct in their style, approach, vocabulary, and perspective?
One of the greatest miracles God performs on a regular basis is that of a changed life.
The Scriptures are filled with references that show that the words being written are indeed the words of God.
The doctrine of sufficiency, which is closely related to the doctrine of inspiration, states that the Bible is complete . . . .
The Scriptures tell us that God is just, and that brings a great sense of relief as we follow Him.
Throughout the Scriptures, we see a huge celebration of the holiness of God; yet, most of us really don’t have a full grasp of what it means to be holy.
God’s love is clearly shown in His plan for our salvation, which was worked out through His only Son as a sacrifice for us
Today, we’re going to discuss the concept of God’s grace.
From a Christian perspective, we have forgiveness through Jesus Christ’s work on the cross!
The passage that we’re pondering today is really an amazing display of God’s plan that was set into place before the universe even began.
Not only has God created this world, but He is intimately involved in keeping everything running according to His plan.
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