But wait! The Scripture says, “Casting all your care upon him: for he careth for you” (1 Peter 5;7).
That’s true! But it’s also true that God doesn’t care about some things—some of the very things about which we care. Recently Brett Petrillo wrote about some things concerning which God doesn’t care. Here is part of his list:
• God doesn’t care how many Facebook friends you have. His concern is that we are Jesus’ friends. “If ye love me, keep my commandments” (John 14:15). Continue reading
There seems to be a great interest to go back to the basics. Man wants to get back to nature. It is evident in leisure activities and even in the boasts of breakfast cereals. The basics have been discovered as the essentials in life. This discovery holds true in religion. To seek the basics in religion is to seek Bible answers to all questions of the Christian religion. In Acts 2:42 one can see the basics of Christianity through the eyes of the first believers. They “continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine.” These basics are within the grasp of all believers today. It is not a difficult task to uncover how and when the early church worshipped. Even the most basic teaching of the salvation of man’s soul is plainly taught in God’s Word. Continue reading