I think all of us would agree that, when we were children, it was better to obey our parents. For those in the military, it is certainly better to obey your superiors. It would be better for us all if everyone would obey the traffic laws. And back in Old Testament times, King Saul was told it would have been better had he obeyed the Lord. When it comes to our relationship with God, obedience is always better.
I'm sure you've heard someone say, "Why, that's impossible!" Well, one thing's for sure -- it would be foolish to expect someone to do something that was really impossible. But God's expects us to do only that which is possible. And that's what's we'll be discussing in today's episode -- "Expecting the Impossible."
Few people make the best with what they have. What about you? Are you doing the best with what you have now? Are you using what God has given you to the best of your ability? That's a very important question...and one which we will address in today's episode.
There's a rather profound statement made in Psalm 84:10, which says, "I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, that to dwell in the tents of wickedness." What does that mean and how does it apply to us today? What does the Bible say?
I think everyone would agree that there are good people in all churches, but...will all those people be saved? What does the Bible say?