When it comes to dating a non-Christian, the Bible does not say anything directly about this because dating as we know it was not a custom in biblical times. However, the Bible does have many guiding principles that give us all the answers we need when asking, “Is it okay to date a non-believer?”
What does the Bible say about being pregnant before marriage? Is having a child out of wedlock a sin or a blessing? What is the most biblical, Christian response to unwed pregnancy?
Many Christian singles ask, “Why am I still single?” “What can I do differently to find a Christian spouse?” “What is holding me back from meeting my future husband (or wife)?”
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What should you do if you like someone but they like someone else? What should you do if you like someone but they do not like you back? Lastly, what should you do if you like someone who has a girlfriend or boyfriend already?
A sermon on James 5:13-20 can take many forms. Today, I would like to view James 5:13-20 through the lens of “How to pray with power.”
There is so much I will not be able to cover in this sermon because James 5:13-20 is just so rich. But by going verse by verse through this Bible passage, I believe we can point to at least 3 ways to have more power in prayer.
How do I know if I am truly saved by God? This is a right and good question to ask because throughout the Bible each Christian is told to examine and test themselves. You must know if you are saved for sure or not.
So what is the test of salvation?
What does the Bible say about faith, hope, and love? 1 Corinthians 13:13 (NIV) says, “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
As a thirty-one-year old, these are by far the most conflict-ridden times of my life. Regardless of the network or political persuasion, the word that seems to come out of every news anchor’s mouth to define these days is “divisive.”