Almost a year ago, I wrote a couple of articles about errors in doctrine I had come across that reinforce a truth that I have repeated on several occasions: If we get the doctrine of God wrong, all of our other doctrines will be in error to some degree. Recently, I heard a preacher make … Continue reading Errors in Doctrine 3
I am sure that you have heard someone say, “God will never give you more than you can handle.” What is the biblical basis for such a belief and is it correct?
If you have read much of my blog or heard me preach, you know that I make much ado about the doctrine and the knowledge of God. I do this because I believe that the church has lost sight of its primary purpose of giving glory to God through obedience, worship, and discipleship.
I know I promised to address the “rest” of Matthew 11:28, and I am working on that article. It’s taking a bit longer than I expected. In the meantime, I thought I would share the following personal story. No matter how sincere we are in our efforts, not every sermon turns out as we might … Continue reading Scary Preaching
In an earlier article, I wrote, “…if we are wrong in our understanding of the theology of God, then all of our other doctrines are equally as wrong. The knowledge of God is fundamental and foundational to all other beliefs.” I believe the same thing is true of our understanding of the kingdom of God and how Jesus fits into God’s plan for that kingdom.