Through the centuries, man has looked everywhere to seek the purpose of life. Man doesn’t need to look very hard, for Solomon at the end of Ecclesiastes (his attempt to find purpose in life) exactly what that purpose is: Fear God and keep his commandments. May that always be the purpose we strive to attain!
Atheism is an insidious and damnable lie that the demons themselves refuse to believe. Atheism makes man the measure of all things and fails to give glory and thanksgiving to God. In today’s devotional, Dr. Justin Imel, Sr., discusses how we can keep ourselves from falling into the atheistic trap.
If we claim to be without sin, we lie and do not practice the truth. Furthermore, we make God a liar when we claim to be sinless. Dr. Justin Imel, Sr., examines some times when we claim to be without sin.
As a little girl listened to the preacher, she turned and looked at her mother and asked, “Mommy, what’s butt dust?” Well, that little girl misunderstood an important truth. God remembers that we are but dust–he doesn’t expect more from us than we’re able to do and he remembers that we are prone to sin. […]
Zechariah learned the heard way that the promises of God are sure and firm. We can learn from his example to rely on the great promises of God!