It is imperative that we know the truth so we can recognize the lies of the devil. We must become so familiar with the Bible that we instantly recognize when something doesn’t line up with the truth of Scripture.
A gate hinge "points" toward what you will open. Will you point your hinge toward doubt and disappointment or toward opening the door to God's promises?
The Apostle Paul's accounts of his conversion give us a pattern we can use when sharing our own testimony.
Upon their first meeting, Jesus praised Nathanael's character because the Lord had seen him earlier. How do we want Jesus to see us? ~John 1:47-48
When confronted about his sin in the Garden, Adam pointed the finger at God. What happens when we let offense take root as bitterness in our hearts? ~Genesis 3:12; Hebrews, 12:5
When we quote verses from the Bible... When we speak the truths found in Scripture... When we pray the prayers recorded in the Gospels, we bring the very presence of Jesus to bear on the situation.
God sent forth a command as the moment Daniel began praying. Although Daniel didn't receive an immediate response, the answer was on its way. ~Daniel 9:20-23
Don’t be afraid to show people just how far you’ve come because of Christ. When we humbly admit what Christ saved us out of, His light shines brighter out of the darkness of our past. ~Galatians 1:22-24
While it’s a perfectly lovely idea that you can believe whatever you want and still go to heaven, it’s a view that Scripture simply does not support. ~1 Corinthians 10:19-22
Hezekiah looked beyond his present reality to the eternally faithful God. ~Isaiah 37:14-20