Another clue that tells us if we honestly know God or if we just know about Him, is how we feel towards the things that are important to unregenerate men.
Another question we can visit to determine if we are moving closer to knowing God rather than just knowing about Him, is this. Who are we obeying?
In accordance with Paul's teaching in 2 Corinthians 13:5, the next question we'll look at in examining and testing ourselves to see whether we are really in the faith is, "how often do you talk to God?".
10 Questions to Know and Examine Your Faith in God. #6 Who do you run to first when it hurts, God or man?
10 Questions to Know and Examine Your Faith in God. #5 How Are You Handling Difficult People?
10 Questions to Know and Examine Your Faith in God. #4 Do you have interest in God or affection for God?
10 Questions to Know and Examine Your Faith in God. #3 Is your faith irritating to others or just your behavior?
10 Questions to Know and Examine Your Faith in God. #2 Did you know that how you feel towards the Psalms can be a reflection of how you feel towards God?
How much of our free time we spend thinking about and talking about God the Father and His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, can be another clue in examining the authenticity of our faith.
Does something seem "OFF" in your relationship with God? Is it possible you know "about" God without actually knowing Him? Paul admonishes ALL of us in 2 Corinthians 13:5 to examine ourselves and see if we are really in the faith and if Jesus Christ is REALLY in us. Here are 10 practical questions you can use to examine your faith.
In this message I would like to share what I believe is the MOST IMPORTANT END TIMES MESSAGE in the Bible, making peace with the coming King in Revelation 19. As most of us know, contemporary evangelism today has told us, "All you have to do is accept this humble meek and kind little Jesus...just accept Jesus and you'll go to heaven." The problem is that there are many Scriptures that tell us that just because a person accepts or comes to Jesus that doesn't mean He will accept them and the even bigger problem is that He is not coming back as the humble meek and kind little Jesus with love and tolerance for all. I want to show you in Scripture what is going to happen to those that are not "accepted" by Jesus and I want to show you a little understood parable of Christ, which tells us exactly what we must do in order to make terms of peace with the coming King of Kings in Revelation 19. There are some frightening things to consider in this message.
In this message I've imagined that you and I have just sat down for a cup of coffee and you asked me, "Ok Michael, tell me the practicals of walking with God...what exactly did you do? How often did you do it, and what spiritual disciplines did you do consistently? What did you do when the darkness and doubts hit you, and were there any spiritual secrets that helped you to find the abundant spiritual life with Christ?
Most atheists believed in God at one point, but when they prayed and asked God to save them or their family member from abuse or a terrible crisis and He didn't answer them, in the time or the way they wanted Him to, they soon decided that the reason He didn't answer is because He isn't there! Most Atheists are very angry with God because of what He didn't do for them. Sadly enough, there are many professing Christians who aren't much different than the atheists. God hasn't give them what they wanted so they are upset, frustrated, and even grumbling against God. Why won't God just give you what you want if He's such a good God?
All of us as Christ followers have the same ultimate purpose of bringing God glory, but not all of us will accomplish it through the same mission. Many Christians are frustrated and feel off track or unclear about what their kingdom purpose in this life is...Read More