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Internet Works of the Flesh

Scripture warns of the sins of lewdness, fornication, and adultery, which God calls “works of the flesh” not fitting for His saints (Galatians 5:19–21). If not sincerely repented of, these sexual sins will lead to death (Romans 6:23)! Yet the Internet today is full of modern-day “works of the flesh,” which many adults and even teens are participating in. What are these Internet works of the flesh? How can you protect yourself, your children, and all those you love?

Violent Times

The news is full of reports of violence. Another brutal slaughter in the Middle East. Wars in Europe and Africa. Another school shooting in the United States. Another murdered girl. Another suicide bombing. We are entering violent times, and there is more prophesied meaning behind this violence than the media and average person understands.

War in the Middle East and the coming king of the South

There is a new war now erupting in Iraq and Syria, one which is quickly becoming a prelude to much more traumatic events, including the rise of a revived Islamic caliphate. Whether or not Iranian forces, Shi’ite militia, or the United States and others help the Iraqi government repel the latest wave of fanatic Islamists, you need to understand what Scripture reveals is unfolding in the Middle East right now. You need to understand how the spirit forces behind these events are setting the stage for coming world war between a European-based “king of the North” and the rising “king of the South” spoken of in the Bible prophecies of Daniel.

Bible vs. Quran: Where Is the Truth?

Should Muslims take seriously the inspired words of the Holy Bible? Should you?

Communion... by grace alone?

What is communion? Scripture explains that the Passover is the communion of the blood of Christ (1 Corinthians 10:16), that light has no communion with darkness (2 Corinthians 6:14) and that the saints have communion with God and Christ through the Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14). Some use the term to describe a relationship to God that Christians generally enjoy because of the grace of Christ. Others use the term when describing organizational Christian fellowship within the body of a unified Church.