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Rahab’s faith is highlighted in Hebrews for the way it resulted in her salvation, and the salvation of her family, in the midst of destruction of the city of Jericho. The elements of her faith are the same as those seen throughout the scripture, and help us understand how we too may have saving faith.download
David fully understood how sin can brake our relationship with God. His tragic failure demonstrates how even the best of us can sin. When that happens, how can we get right with God and find peace in our soul? David’s experience expressed in Psalm 51 helps us consider what is necessary to get right with God.download
Paul warns us that many Christians will escape the day of judgment with only their salvation in tack. The prime example of such a “barely saved” individual is the Old Testament character Lot. Lot demonstrates how one can easily wander down the road to “barely saved.”download
Change is a characteristic of growth and life. To grow spiritually and change into the pattern and plan that God intends for us requires intentional effort. From Paul’s statements about his own goals and efforts we find guidance for pursuing spiritual growth in our own lives.download
We should be excited as we consider how God has blessed, protected, provided and guided us through the last year, and we have every reason to expect the same in the future. But the account of Israel’s rebellion and failure as they were on the verge of entering the promise land serves as a warning for us, and may help us face the obstacles ahead in a way that honors God and brings blessing.download
As Christians we are being transformed by God into the image of God. However, there are tremendous pressures at work to try to conform us into the image of the world around us. Daniel is an example of one who stood firm against compromise, and he gives us insight on how we can withstand the temptations to conform.download
We understand that the best way to handle a crisis is to prepare ahead for it. Peter warns us that “The end of all things are at hand.” He then provides us with several steps on how to prepare spiritually for the end.download