Posts Tagged: forgiveness

Inspiration: Find Freedom From Shame!

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For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. God Doesn’t Use Shame Satan plants seeds in our mind and heart,… Read more »

Snapshot of Amazing Grace

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Have you personally experienced God’s grace … the joy and relief of being forgiven, grateful that you are yet loved and accepted?  The following personal story, recently shared by one of my favorite Christian speakers, does a great job of helping us to understand the amazing grace God gives us. Read on! For 50+ years,… Read more »

Three Ways the Resurrection of Jesus Can Transform Your Life Today

    Original post by Sean McDowell here. Used with permission.   Some of the greatest skeptics have been convinced by the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus. These include literary geniuses (C.S. Lewis), lawyers (Simon Greenleaf), cold case detectives (J. Warner Wallace), historians (Will Durant), journalists (Lee Strobel) and many more. As my father… Read more »

Rejected by the World…Accepted by God

Mira lives in a closed country in Asia. Formerly, she faithfully practiced the majority religion of her country. “I read prayers five times a day and considered myself a very righteous person,” she shared. But beneath her religious façade, Mira struggled with anger. Occasionally, she would have fits of rage and lash out at those… Read more »

Forgiveness: The Most Powerful Apologetic

PHOTO CREDIT STUART TRACTE Forgiveness: The Most Powerful Apologetic Posted by Sean McDowell SeanMcDowell.org We apologists love to offer evidence for the existence of God, the reliability of the Bible, and the resurrection of Jesus. These are powerful truths that have convinced many to personally trust Christ. Yet amidst our desire to defend the truth… Read more »

When Forgiveness Seems too Hard

He shifted from one Converse clad foot to the other and waited patiently for the other students to clear out from the classroom. I stood at my desk shuffling papers when I noticed that he remained. “Hi James. What’s up?” I asked. “Mrs. Lia, I just wanted to tell you that the testimony you read… Read more »