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Biblical Lifestyle


Biblical Marriage

 

Marriage illustrates the kingdom of God. It is a revelation from God to you, the church, and to those who are outside of Christ and His church. We love the Bible because it is a revelation from God. But He gives other revelations. If you are a Christian, and you are married, a central purpose of God for your union is that it provide to others opportunity to see a working model of what God and His kingdom are like.  Read More >>

Biblical Marriage

Biblical Singleness

 

So, what is biblical singleness? Biblical singleness is the situation in which a Christian lives unless he is biblically married. All Christians should be either biblically single or biblically married. Another way of saying this would be that the Christian—in the living-out of his faith, in practice of being a Christian, of being a disciple—that in the area of his relationships, he affirms God’s moral boundaries.  Read More >>

Biblical Singleness

The Christian Home

 

The Bible tells us that when God made man, He established the first Christian home. After He made Adam, He said, "'It is not good that man should be alone, I will make him a helper comparable to him.'. . .the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam, and he slept, and He took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh in its place. Then the rib which the Lord God had taken from man He made into a woman, and He brought her to the man. . . .therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh."(Gen. 2:18-24)  Read More >>

The Christian Home

Standards

Now, just in case you don't know what I am talking about when I say Christian standards, maybe I ought to explain. Christian standards are the way that Christians are supposed to live. Christian standards have to do with every area of our lives including the way we eat, the way we dress and what we do for entertainment.  Read More >>

Standards

A Christian’s Influence in Society

 

Before His crucifixion Jesus prayed, "Now I come to You, and these things I speak in the world, that they may have My joy fulfilled in themselves. I have given then Your word; and the world has hated them because they are not of the world, just as I am not of the world. I do not pray that You should take them out of the world, but that You should keep them from the evil one. They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. Sanctify them by Your truth. Your word is truth." John 17:13-17.  Read More >>

A Christian’s Influence in Society

Christian Behaviour

 

Christians should adopt a different lifestyle, not for the sake of being different but because God has called them to live by principle. The lifestyle to which He has called them enables them to reach their full potential as His creation, making them efficient in His service. Being different also advances their mission: to serve the world—to be salt in it, light to it. Of what value would salt be without taste, or light that didn't differ from darkness?  Read More >>

Christian Behaviour

How to be a Christian

 

Some say that it is easy to believe in Jesus and gain eternal life; others say that it is hard to be a Christian, and it involves a long struggle. Who is right? Answer: This contention does exist; we need to face it. Before we say who is right, let us first compare the effect of either view. If I believe that it is easy to be saved, then I will rest assured of certain salvation. Is that good? Jesus said, Watch and pray, lest you enter into temptation.  Read More >>

How to be a Christian

Duty of Parents to Their Children

 

One of the signs of the "last days" is the disobedience of children to their parents. 2 Tim. iii,2. And do parents realize their responsibility? Many seem to lose sight of the watch-care they should ever have over their children, and suffer them to indulge in evil passions, and to disobey them. They take but little notice of them until their own feelings are raised, and then punish them in anger.  Read More >>

Duty of Parents to Their Children

Premarital sex

 

Question: Recently our teenage son asked us about the biblical reasons to refrain from premarital sexual intercourse. Can you help us?   Answer:  Premarital sex has become an accepted way of life in most Western ("Christian") countries—promoted as the norm in most movies and television programs. Who, then, has the courage (some may say, the stupidity) to talk against it? God does, and so should we. In discussing this subject we have to examine the biblical teachings about virginity, sexual promiscuity, marriage, and sex.  Read More >>

Premarital sex

Worship

Until we discover what holiness is, our worship is going to continue to take on more and more components that are more appropriate to a ball game than to the worship of a Holy God. I believe this is what will happen if we begin to see the worship of God as a reflection of our culture. Nothing will be impossible if we decide that worship is a cultural/market driven phenomenon whose performance and appropriateness is to be set by the people themselves-like is done in the case of a ball game.  Read More >>

Worship

Sabbath Observance—Guidelines

 

The main objective of this document on Sabbath observance is to provide counsel or guidelines to church members desiring a richer, more meaningful experience in Sabbathkeeping. It is hoped that this will provide an impetus toward a real reform in Sabbathkeeping on a worldwide basis. Conscious of the fact that the worldwide worshiping community encounters numerous problems in Sabbath observance arising from within a given cultural and ideological context, an attempt has been made to take these difficulties into consideration.  Read More >>

Sabbath Observance—Guidelines

Entertainment

It is not unusual these days to hear that, in classes where our children used to be taught why they should not attend the theater, they are now often being taught how to attend the theater. When asked for an explanation, those who are giving this kind of advice respond that, inasmuch as the children are going to attend the theater anyway, we might as well teach them how to discern the good from the bad. This often ends up being the best of the worst or the most normal of the abnormal.  Read More >>

Entertainment

The Dangers of Television

 

There may be an object in your home that you unwittingly allow to lead you into a type of hypnotic trance. If you are like the average American, several rooms in your house are equipped with an object that you focus your eyes on. It flickers every few seconds, and can produce a hypnotic-like trance. It is one of the most popular devices of our time—the television set.  Read More >>

The Dangers of Television

Violent Video Games

 

“Steve, my son is addicted to violent video games. Please write an article or book about this!” urged a concern parent in an email that showed up in my Inbox. . .  Jesus Christ said, “But as the days of Noah were, so also will the coming of the Son of Man be” (Matt. 24:37). This means that the days before Christ returns will parallel the days of Noah. What were “the days of Noah” like?  Read More >>

Violent Video Games

Music

If it can be said that religion is a personal thing, it cannot be said that corporate worship is a personal thing. Corporate worship is just that. Something that we do together. In recent years there has been a movement at every level of the church from the top down and from the bottom up to try to bring vitality to the worship that we do together. We are talking about what we usually do when we go to church on Sabbath morning. Not only has this movement been in our own denomination but it has pretty well spread over the Christian world. But particularly in North America, Australia and Western Europe.  Read More >>

Music

Display and Adornment

 

Christians should avoid gaudy display and "profuse ornamentation." Clothing should be, when possible, "of good quality, of becoming colours, and suited for service. It should be chosen for durability rather than display." Our attire should be characterized by "modesty," "beauty," "grace," and "appropriateness of natural simplicity."-Messages to Young People, pp. 351, 352. That it may not be conspicuous, it should follow the conservative and most sensible styles of the time.  Read More >>

Display and Adornment

Women in Men's Clothing

 

Question - Is Deuteronomy 22:5 relevant for Christians and their lifestyle? If not, why not? If yes, what are the implications? Answer - The passage you refer to reads: "A woman must not wear men's clothing, nor a man wear women's clothing, for the Lord your God detests anyone who does this" (NIV). Most commentators interpret this legislation in terms of the practice of transvestism among non-lsraelites. It is believed that in Canaanite fertility rites the exchange of dress between men and women somehow contributed to the fertility of the land . . .  Read More >>

Women in Men's Clothing

Homosexuality

 

While a number of Christians hold that Romans 1:26-27 describes homosexuality and rejects it in all its forms, considering it to be sin, others acknowledge that the passage is dealing with homosexuality but they claim that the issue in Paul is idolatry and pederasty, and that Paul could not have taken in account sexual orientation as we know it today. Furthermore, it is argued that the reference to nature should be understood in the following way: In describing homosexuality as ‘against nature’ (Rom.1:26 KJV), Paul does not condemn homosexual orientation or any committed mutual relationship. . .  Read More >>

Homosexuality

The Bible and Suicide

 

Question - One of my best friends committed suicide. Since then I have wondered what the Bible says about the topic. Answer. -. Suicide is usually defined as the taking of one’s own life. The emotional scars left to family and friends are deep and produce not only feelings of loneliness but particularly a sense of guilt and disorientation. In attempting to provide some guidance in answering your question, I must limit my comments to the following brief observations.  Read More >>

The Bible and Suicide

Public VS Homeschooling

 

In America, there was a time when the idea of homeschooling raised eyebrows of concern and could result in a visit from social services. A lack of trust by the government and public in general in a parent’s ability to educate their own children made homeschooling a bit of a stigma. Even today in some circles, there are still many “old school” thinkers that go so far as to say that homeschooling is tantamount to deliberate child abuse. As ridiculous as that sounds to most of us, overcoming such ignorance has been a problem for some parents looking into homeschooling.  Read More >>

Public VS Homeschooling

Gambling: Does the Bible mention anything about gambling

 

Sorry, but there are no Bible texts that directly speak about gambling. However, there are a number of scripture texts that address the principles involved. Here are some: The 10th commandment found in Exodus 20:17 talks about coveting which is the root of most of our problems. What is one of the reasons that people gamble and play the lottery? They covet money, quick and easy. . .  Read More >>

Gambling: Does the Bible mention anything about gambling