In Titus 1:10-16, Paul details the detestable actions and characteristics of the rebellious people around Titus in Crete (e.g., full of meaningless talk and deception, teaches things that should not be taught, seeks dishonest gain, follows deceptive myths and human commands, corrupted thus impure, claims to know God but their actions deny Him, and disobedient to God). … Continue reading No Longer Afraid of Losing People
[This article is part of the Can I Call Myself A Christian? series] If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples. - John 8:31 We spend quality time with the people we love and care about. And whenever we spend time with them, we intentionally converse with them – hearing them out … Continue reading Can I Call Myself A Christian But Not Read The Bible Everyday?
We live in a world today where the pressure is on for the 20-something years old ladies and gents who are single by choice and/or circumstance. Worse, if you are not in/pursuing any romantic relationship, the world will make you feel that you are of lesser worth. I have heard and overheard them, too. “Why … Continue reading Marriage is Not THE Goal
If we ask anyone on the street what one has to do to get to Heaven (assuming they believe in Heaven or afterlife), the overwhelming response would either be “Be a good person” or “Do good works”. Most, if not all, religions are based on ethical philosophies or perspective. Therefore, it is not surprising for us to believe … Continue reading Being Good is not Good Enough