All Things Work Together for Good
Romans 8:28 is often used to comfort those in the midst of trial, to encourage them that everything will work out alright. Is this an accurate understanding of the passage? What does it mean for Christians to affirm that God will work all things together for good?
Scripture: Romans 8:28
Does God promise parents that if we raise our children properly, they will grow up to be God-fearing adults? How do we respond to those whose experiences do not match that expectation? Proverbs 22:6 is one of the most commonly quoted verses about parenting. We will examine i...
2 Chronicles 7:14 says that if God's people will humble themselves, pray, and stop disobeying Him, then He heal their nation and bless it. Does this promise apply to the United States? Does it apply to the church in the United States? As we continue our (Mis)Understood serie...
Do not judge is one of the most widely quoted phrases in the entire Bible. But does it mean what we think it means? Is it ever acceptable to judge people? If so, when, and for what? As we begin our (Mis)Understood series, we will shed some light on this widely misinterpreted...