The fact that God is who He is makes it impossible for Him to do some things. God cannot sin...He cannot lie...He cannot change...He cannot save a man against his will...and finally, God cannot answer the question asked in Hebrews 2:1-3.
There’s a question that I think all Christians have, at one time or another, asked themselves -- “How good is good enough for God?” In other words, how good do we need to be to be pleasing to God and receive His blessings and favor? One of the psalms addresses this very question...which is also the topic of today’s episode, as we undertake a short study of, “The Fifteenth Psalm,” or “How Good is Good Enough for God?”
How does the Holy Spirit operate when saving a person? Some people believe that He acts directly on that person, causing him to be saved at that instant. Others believe that the Holy Spirit operates through the Word of God. Which one is correct? What does the Bible say?
There are several things that members of the Lord’s church have always considered important in our worship unto God. We believe in the importance of Bible study, preaching, prayer, of taking the Lord’s Supper, and in the giving of our means on the Lord’s day. But for today lesson, I want us to pay particular attention to the singing we are to offer unto God as we worship and praise Him...not only on the first day of the week, but at all other times, as well. Our study today is about, “Singing in Worship.”