It is very typical for us as Christians to think that God will love us more if we obey Him but that is simply not true. Yet, every week our counselors at Grace Life hear Christian after Christian share on some level how they believe God’s love for them is in direct proportion to their
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The common phrase, “I’m just a sinner saved by grace”, sounds humble but it is far from the message of the gospel. I understand what people are attempting to communicate. All of us in Christ realize that before our salvation, we did not deserve our salvation. Then after our salvation, because we still sin,
The majority of Christians wrongly believe that God punishes them when they mess up. So, when bad things happen to them, they default to thinking, “I must have committed some sin because God is punishing me. Otherwise, this wouldn’t have happened to me.” God does not punish us who are in Christ!
Are Christians supposed to obey the 10 Commandments? Is our daily life supposed to be filled with pressure to follow certain rules? For example, imagine waking up every day with a husband whose first words are, “I have a list of things for you to do today. I am going to follow you around
Is it possible for a Christian to get closer to God? No. Yet, if you listen to some people, you would never know that. Look at the titles of these articles I recently read. “12 Steps to Get Closer to God” and “10 Ways to Get Closer to God”. If we add those together,