Does The Bible Talk About Karma?

by Robert Driskell
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‘Karma’ is the idea that how we live our lives affect not only the here and now but also what, and who, we will be when we are reincarnated in a future life.  How we have lived in our past life determines our current place in life and also determines who, or what, we will […]

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Why Did Jesus Rise From The Dead? A Bible Study

by Robert Driskell
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The Bible tells us that Jesus Christ rose from the dead (I Corinthians 15:1-11).  Among true Christians, this is a fact.  It is a foundational belief of the Christian faith.  What did Jesus accomplish by His life, death, burial, and resurrection? Let us look at the answers God’s Word contains: To Save Believers From the […]

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7 Scientific Findings That Support Creationism Over Evolution

by Robert Driskell
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The main problem I had in writing this article was that I had to limit it to only seven scientific evidences that support creation over evolution. It is my contention that every scientific fact having to do with origins points to God as creator of the universe. Creation scientists believe that the observable universe we […]

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What Are Christians Saved From?

by Robert Driskell
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We Christians are concerned, and rightly so, with the ‘salvation’ of the lost; Jesus instructed us to be about the business of telling people of their need to be ‘saved’. These terms, ‘salvation’ and ‘saved’, imply a rescue of some sort. What are people saved/rescued from? For too many, the answer to this question remains […]

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How Can I Find God? I Feel So Alone

by Robert Driskell
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Many people think that God enjoys playing hide-and-seek.  They think that it is our job to conquer a bunch of obstacles as we search for God while, at the same time, God is dodging our attempt to connect with Him.  The Bible disagrees with this image of God and actually shows Him to be a […]

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God Seems Distant: How Can I Connect With God?

by Robert Driskell
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There may be times in our lives, both Christian and non-Christian, where we feel like God is a million miles away.  We may feel like there is no way we can reach Him.  Why do we feel this way?  What separates us from God?  How can we rectify this situation? Sin Separates Us From God […]

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Book Review: Gods at War by Kyle Idleman

by Robert Driskell
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Book Review: Gods at War by Kyle Idleman “Idolatry isn’t just one of many sins; rather it’s the one great sin that all others come from” (p. 22). So says Kyle Idleman in his new book Gods at War. Mr. Idleman says that, even though we may not bow down and worship actual carved images […]

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Does God Promise That He Will Not Give Us More Than We Can Handle?

by Robert Driskell
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Often, when someone is experiencing difficulty in their lives, someone else will say to them, “Don’t worry, God won’t give you any more than you can handle.”  The verse most often quoted to support this is first Corinthians 10:13, “No temptation has overtaken you that is not common to man. God is faithful, and he […]

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What is Childlike Faith? A Bible Study

by Robert Driskell
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It is often said in Christian circles that we should have ‘childlike faith’.  While this term is not found in the Bible, the concept is readily seen when one takes a closer look.  Jesus clearly said that there is something about the attitude of the child that is essential for admittance into His Kingdom. In […]

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An Eye For An Eye: Bible Verse and Christian Study

by Robert Driskell
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Too many people, when they hear the phrase, “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth”, immediately associate it with revenge.  They believe that its message is, “whatever they did to you, you are justified in doing to them”.  However, this is not the intended meaning of this phrase as found in Scripture.  […]

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