The need for repentance doesn’t end at salvation, because the New Testament identifies many areas in which Christians need to repent daily.
Christians agree repentance is a key to salvation, but is it also relevant to daily Christian life? Find out and discover what biblical repentance really is.
We have a vital role in becoming Christlike: changing our attitude or mindset. God will help us, but we need to understand how much is our responsibility.
The New Testament directs most of its statements about repenting to believers. Learn what that reveals about God’s intent for us.
We decide what and who we’ll believe, so believing God’s truths is a matter of choice. Discover how he responds to people’s disbelief.
Offenses and injuries happen in life and forgiving those who hurt us is a choice. Discover why we can forgive and the benefits we experience when we do.
God shows us how to forgive those who hurt us – other believers, non-Christians, or our children – whether they did it intentionally or not.
How can understanding that God works all events together to produce compounded benefits for us cause us to be thankful in and for everything?
How does our citizenship in heaven make us aliens to the world system and affect our relationship with inhabitants of the earth?
God uses specific elements to provide the guidance we need for all of life’s decisions, a clearly-defined system to reveal his will and what’s best for us.
In our culture, success usually wears a dollar sign, but how does the Bible define personal success and what can we do achieve it?
Discover how to be perfect according to God’s standards, and why being perfect is a process rather than the result of what we do.
Learn how our holiness is related to God’s purpose for our lives, and how it’s both a completed fact and a continuing process.
Find out how our feelings, emotions and desires will change as we transform our minds and become increasingly like Jesus.
Despite Christian teaching that we should never judge others, the Bible reveals why it’s important for us to exercise proper judgment.