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Scripture is so hard to understand. How can anyone be sure they understand it correctly?
How were people saved before Jesus Christ died on the Cross? The answer is easy, once you realize that nothing happens by chance—the solution was already in place even before the world began.
By examining a hymn written by Isaac Watts based on Psalm 39, Steve Fazekas, AiG–U.S., explains how important it is for us to consider the shortness of life.
Steve Fazekas, AiG–U.S., discusses the importance of looking to Christ and His glory while contemplating this beloved hymn.
Steve Fazekas, AiG–U.S., highlights Robert Murray McCheyne’s hymn, “When This Passing World Is Done,” reminding us of the debt Christ has paid for us.
Steve Fazekas, AiG–U.S., focuses on a hymn that deals with how believers should face their final days by looking forward to being with Christ.
Steve Fazekas, AiG–U.S., uses a lesser-known hymn to remind believers that Christ is also the mighty Conqueror of evil.
Since the Gospel message is based on the death, burial, and Resurrection of Christ, many have wondered how people who lived prior to the Incarnation of Christ could have been saved.
Could the loving God of the New Testament order the complete destruction of the inhabitants of Jericho found in the Old Testament?
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