What is Sin? Where does it come from? How do we deal with it? The world’s ideas about sin are contrasted with what the Bible and Church Fathers have to say about it, and it is only through a full knowledge of the nature of sin that we can hope overcome its effects in our life.
As we celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation this year, Dan Tarr encourages the church to make a renewed commitment to the same principal of sola scriptura. The Word of God alone is our authority.
On the doorstep of a Babylonian conquest when all would appear to be lost due to Judah’s sinful rebellion against God, God informs His people through the prophet Micah that He will still be faithful to His promises, sending hope in a ruler to be born in Bethlehem.
When we are faced with trials, no matter how trivial, we must remember that the Lord is a solid rock and a place of refuge for those who turn to Him. Knowing then, that God will not allow us to be moved, what do we have to fear?