Author and speaker Scott Christiansen dives into an expose on the natural world, grappling with the hard questions that arise from observing the differences between what we see in the world around us, and what the Bible says:
Earth is a Battlefield 1 – Pitched War
Earth is a Battlefield 2 – Paradigm Threat
Earth is a Battlefield 3 – Strategic Differences
Earth is a Battlefield 4 – Invasive Theory
Earth is a Battlefield 5 – Prevailing Hope
Earth is a Battlefield 6 – Choosing sides
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Thousands have a false conception of God and His attributes. They are as verily serving a false god as were the servants of Baal. Are we worshiping the true God as He is revealed in His Word, in Christ, in nature, or are we adoring some philosophical idol enshrined in His place? God is a God of truth. Justice and mercy are the attributes of His throne. He is a God of love, of pity and tender compassion. Thus He is represented in His Son, our Saviour. He is a God of patience and long-suffering. If such is the being whom we adore and to whose character we are seeking to assimilate, we are worshiping the true God. Faith I Live By Pg. 60.
So what happens when we have a false conception of God? The Bible makes it clear, by beholding we become change, 2 Corinthians 3:18. If we see a demanding God that punishes the sinner for their sins and predestines their future, well, we become angry and oppress people and punish them for making mistakes. But if we believe God is Love, 1 John 4:16, we become changed to a beautiful character that is loving, joyful, peaceful, long-suffering, gentle, good, faithful, meek and temperate, Galatians 5:22-23.
The following video series is a beautiful explanation of who God is and how we can truly get to know His beautiful character. We truly recommend seeing the whole series.
Reimaging God Seminar – Ty Gibson
“Tell the World” shares the compelling story of a small group of farmers from the northeast region of the United States who would go on to set the foundation of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Since the 19th century, the Church has been at the forefront of matters relating to health, education, communication and Biblical interpretation.
Saint Patrick’s day is upon us and we are sure that there will be millions celebrating this day in one way or another. But do they know who they are celebrating? More importantly do they know on which day this faithful child of God worshiped? Probably not, and they probably don’t care, as they should, as we are all in the middle of the Great Controversy between God and Satan.
Saint Patrick was a true child of God, his writings showed that he was truly converted, as he humbled himself in the true worship of our Lord and Saviour. So which day is the true Saint Patrick’s day? The following link is an in depth study into the life of Saint Patrick, what he truly believed and on which day he worshiped, Saturday Sabbath or Sunday:
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