Must Practice Self-discipline Satan tempted the Apostle Paul, but Paul tells us how he kept himself from sin, resisting temptation:
“I discipline my body, and bring it into subjection, lest, when I have preached to others, I myself should become disqualified,” 1 Corinthians 9:27.
Discipline – there is that dreaded word. But, if I am going to take that “way” to escape, I must, like Paul, discipline myself, say “no” to Satan and resist his temptations. Continue reading
Many of the world’s preachers tell the seeking sinner who needs to be saved to “accept Jesus as your personal Savior” or “just receive Jesus,” but fail to tell people how to do it. The human creature needs to be told the specifics. That’s why the Scriptures spell out specific steps a person must comply with in order to be saved. Why can’t the preachers spell out these same biblical steps? As a result, most religious people do not really understand how one receives Jesus. Continue reading
Don’t neglect your prayer time. It is the breath of the soul (Lk. 18:1).
Don’t neglect your Bible. It is your sword for conquest, your hammer for construction, your guiding light for dreary days (Rev. 1:3).
Don’t neglect your body. It is the capital on which you are to do business for the rest of your life (1 Car. 6:19, 20). Continue reading