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Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., explains how only Jesus can give us the rest so many seek.
The Bible provides several examples of when God did not accept displays of worship. Erik Lutz explains why God is more concerned with a person’s inward state.
The Samaritan woman wondered about the proper place to worship God. Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., explains the response she received from Jesus.
Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., explains that God not only dwells in heaven, but He also resides in each of His followers.
Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., explains why true believers in Christ are considered part of His body.
Both Matthew and Luke record genealogies of Jesus. Why was this so important? Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., explores this topic.
The Bible repeatedly highlights the concepts of faith, hope, and love. In this devotional, Erik Lutz explains why Paul said that love is the greatest of these.
The Bible repeatedly highlights the concepts of faith, hope, and love. In this devotional, Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., addresses the concept of hope.
The Bible repeatedly highlights the concepts of faith, hope, and love. In this devotional, Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., discusses the first of these three subjects.
The God of the Bible has no equal. He is eternal and has created all things. To what can He be compared? Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., examines this issue.
God’s unconditional love for us infintiely exceeds our own capability to love. Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., explains.
God’s lovingkindness and mercy is infinitely greater than ours. Erik Lutz, AiG–U.S., explains.
Paul expressed in Romans 8 that the Holy Spirit helps us when we pray.
The Bible instructs us to walk in the Spirit. Erik Lutz, AiG–US, explains this concept.
Erik Lutz discusses the Holy Spirit’s role in inspiring the writing of the Bible.
According to the Bible, the Holy Spirit was also involved in creation.
Jesus was more than just a “good Teacher,” but what does “good” really mean?
Jesus’ teaching astonished His crowds, not because of His presentation style, but because of the authority of His message.
In an amazing display of His love and mercy, the Father is pleased to make us His children.
God’s authority as the Father is not limited in scope; it encompasses every aspect.
The Old Testament provides the historical background of the salvation message and gives numerous examples from which we can learn.
Scripture is loud and clear in its claim to be 100 percent eternally true and reliable.
People suppress the truth because they don’t want to serve God.
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