Do Not Provoke Your Children (Ephesians 6:4; Colossians 3:21) (Steve Klein)
We focus much our teaching on parenting on the last part of Ephesians 6:4, but we often neglect to consider the vital first part: ?Father, do not provoke your children to wrath.?
Why Jesus did not come down from the cross and why we can't either (Matthew 27:34-43) (Steve Klein)
In the view of some, if Jesus was the King of Israel and the Son of God, He should have been able to come down from the cross. But these aspects of His identity were the reason He sacrificed Himself. As children of God and members of the royal family, Christians are following the noblest of examples when we sacrifice our lives for Him.
There is coming a day, which no man knows, when we will all be judged according to God's Word (John 12:44-50; Matthew 7:13-27 and II Timothy 2:15). We strive to worship God according to the pattern, which has been set forth in the New Testament. Read More »