Author and scholar H. Ray Dunning answers an elementary yet profound question affecting all people seeking God's forgiveness and grace in their lives: Are we saved by grace?
A father took his son to a large city museum, thinking that the visit would entertain the boy. But for two hours his son did nothing but sigh and complain.
If restricted to having only a few pages of God's Word, what would you select? The epic account of the Exodus? The Christmas story? Peter's powerful sermon at Pentecost? All are cherished perennial favorites and for good reasons.
Wesleyans aren't fundamentalists because that would require them to exchange a high doctrine of Scripture for a low one.
As Nazarenes, we affirm the full inspiration of the Bible. We affirm that the Bible inerrantly reveals the will of God for us in all things necessary to our salvation.
Humankind is chosen of God to reflect the image of God. What an awesome truth! This is the major vein of Christian holiness teaching.
The image finds expression in a four-fold relationship:
The accounts of the post-Resurrection appearances of our Lord have been a source of encouragement and inspiration to believers across the centuries.
In the past few years my wife and I have become empty nesters. One of our children graduated from college last year and the other one is attending a Nazarene university.
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