The Bible says, “God is…a very present help in trouble.” Psalm 46:1. Let’s say that someone was robbed or experienced a tragedy. In the context of trials, how is “God…a very present help in trouble” from a Biblical perspective?
The Context of God Being “A Very Present Help In Trouble” in Psalm 46:1
If we really want to analyze Psalm 46:1, we have to acknowledge that the first word that mentioned is “God”, and the entire verse centers around Him.… Read More
Nathan Johnson shared a very thoughtful response to my article “Shouldn’t Christ Have Been More Christlike”, which he wrote below.
Am I a True Christian?
All through history there has been true Christians, false Christians, and non-Christians. Between these three groups, there has always seemingly been some contention.… Read More
Shouldn’t Christ have been more Christlike? It all depends on how we define the word Christlike.
What Does Being Christlike Really Mean?
Sometimes it is said or thought, if this person or that person is more Christlike, then people will actually get along with him or her.… Read More
Answer these four questions to see if you can pass the quiz I miserably failed.
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The quiz was adapted from Dr.… Read More
“While on earth, Christ refused to hold on to cares and burdens during the day and then give them to His Father in the morning or the evening. He knew without giving these trials to His Father immediately, it would be too heavy for Him to carry in His humanity.… Read More