Questions related to Faith
Rewards for Keeping the Commands of Christ
treasures to reap when living by the words of Jesus
When we keep—that is, observe, remember, and apply—the commands of Jesus Christ, Scripture explains that many rewards will follow.
The Progression of Moral Impurity
nine steps that lead to bondage
Moral freedom is not the right to do what we want, but the power to do what we ought. Moral impurity develops when one violates his conscience and does not resolve the guilt he feels because of his sin.
A woman shares some of the benefits she experienced because God allowed her to suffer with the challenges of loneliness.
God Keeps Records
tallies of the Almighty
God is eternal and all-knowing; therefore He knows all things at all times. Scripture tells us of a number of records that God keeps—records that reflect His power, faithfulness, and love.
The Common Traits of Teachers
learn about the characteristics of those with the spiritual gift of teaching
Following are some traits commonly observed in those who have the motivational spiritual gift of teaching. These traits can be used to benefit others, or they can be misused and cause discord in the Body of Christ.
How Spiritual Gifts Work
using the gifts in the context of God’s love
Those who receive God’s gift of salvation in Christ are granted spiritual gifts that enable them to play key roles in the life of the Church.
Ten Characteristics of God-Honoring Giving
reflecting God’s extravagant generosity
A life of generosity reflects God’s nature in a special way. Are you eager to give to meet the needs of others?
Studying Scripture With Online Resources
Many Web sites offer valuable information to assist you with a study of Scripture. Below are descriptions of several Web sites that we have found to be helpful and reliable.
Why Your Spiritual Gift Matters
take time to identify your motivational gift
God grants spiritual gifts to the Body of Christ so that every member will be edified and built up and He will be glorified.
Insights Into the Chain of Command
accepting a place under authority
Jesus once praised a Roman centurion for his faith in Jesus’ authority: “. . . Jesus . . .