I want to continue with a look into Cain’s family.
Cain had little regard for serving God and offered a sacrifice but his heart was not in it.
Cain had little regard for human life and killed his own brother.
Cain had little regard for salvation and did not repent. Continue reading
The story of Cain killing his brother, Abel, gives a second glimpse into the loving nature of God called grace.
Grace had already made a previous appearance in Eden. Continue reading
When Adam sinned, sin entered the world. Adam’s sin brought death, so death spread to everyone, for everyone sinned. Yes, people sinned even before the law was given. But it was not counted as sin because there was not yet any law to break. Rom 5:12-14 Continue reading
I love to talk about future events. You can read many of my blogs that look at the return of Jesus and some of the things that may lead up to that.
Before you can reach the future you have to make it through today. Continue reading
Salvation is easy!
Jesus has done all the hard work when He gave Himself for you on the cross. Continue reading
A bit more on the freedom you have in Jesus when you trust Him as Lord and Savior of your life.
It takes more than just belief, though believing is important. Continue reading
On the last Thought I shared verses that say under the Law there was a remembrance of sin year after year and therefore there was sacrifice for sin year after year.
But Jesus came once for all time because He does what the blood of bulls and goats cannot do – cleanse all sin from your life. Continue reading
Continuing with yesterday’s thought on the sacrificial death of Jesus and the forgiveness of your sins.
I quoted 1 John 1:9 at the end of the blog – If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from ALL unrighteousness.
The word “all” only means one thing to me and that is ALL! Continue reading
Yesterday one of my coworkers wanted me to respond to a Facebook status she had written and was beginning to get comments on. I have taken the liberty to post her question and the responses that followed – including mine. Continue reading
I guess you have notice how much it cost to go grocery and necessity shopping. It’s almost impossible for us to get out of the grocery store for less than $200 a week on average.
Now we don’t go every week; sometimes it’s two weeks before we go and it may be almost $400 to check out. Continue reading