Robinson, the pastor at Second Baptist, said that if more churches with racist pasts followed First Baptist’s lead, hearts of lost African Americans might open to the Gospel.
If the attitude of those implementing discipline is not right, then what God designed to be a beautiful act of selfless love is transformed into an ugly act of power, even if all the other instructions are followed to the letter.
… he was killing some ants one day and then became very remorseful about it. He wondered if the ants were in heaven, and if he would go to hell for being a murderer. Concerned, he begged his parents to take him to church.
Many have been waiting to hear what the good folks at the Guinness World Records said about our climb with the cross to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. Here is a snippet of their letter:
Hebrews 10:19-25 is the opening paragraph of the third and final major section of the epistle. On first blush, it appears to be somewhat involved in structure. But on further investigation, it turns out to be surprisingly simple and clear.