Anyone who has heard me preach or teach on more than one occasion will probably know that one of my “pet” subjects is the knowledge of God. I am convinced that one of the major weaknesses of the contemporary church is an insufficient and oftentimes an incorrect knowledge of God. Much of what we think … Continue reading What Was God Doing Before Creation?
Psalm 3 is a song written by King David, inspired by a devastating time in his family and in the life of the nation of Israel. (Visit this link to hear the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir sing from Psalm 3.) In response to the rebellion of his son Absalom, David, along with his immediate family and … Continue reading The Lord, Lifter of My Head, Psalm 3
A correct doctrine of God can lead to the correct application of Scripture, a clearer understanding of redemption, and a clarion call to missions.
Remember the old chorus "I Have Decided to Follow Jesus"? Maybe it's time we revised some of the words.
Part 2: The first step in repentance is not admitting one is a sinner, but having a personal encounter with the living Christ.
God created man to worship God, not simply for the things that God does – creating, sustaining, redeeming – but for who God is. God is much, much more than the sum of all of His actions. That is why He identified himself to Moses as “I AM” and not as “I DO.”
While it is true that God is the God of redemption, there is so much more for us to understand about who He is from what He has revealed of himself in the Bible.