- Follow The Disciple's Road on WordPress.com
Top Posts & Pages
- Does God Want Everyone To Get Married?
- What Does the Bible Teach About Divorce & Remarriage?
- Jesus & the Law
- The Man Who Had To Lose His Eyes To See
- "Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!"
- Should Women Wear Head Coverings?
- How Does a Worm Get Inside an Apple?
- Should We Pray Silently to Keep Satan From Hearing?
- Don't Try To Wear Someone Else's Armor
- What Does a Sequoia Tree Have to Do With a Christian?
TagsA.W. Tozer Adultery Barack Obama being thankful Bible Study Charles Spurgeon Christ's millennial reign Christ's Resurrection Christian Liberty Chuck Swindoll Church Attendance Constantine Contentment damnation discerning God's will Discipleship Divorce dying to self Easter Evangelism Faith Fear Gambling Gehenna God's Timing God's Provision God's Will hades Harry Ironside Heaven Hell Holiness Homosexuality Idolatry Marriage Nimrod Obedience Parenting Patience Perseverance Personal Holiness pornography Prayer praying in Jesus' name Priorities Psalm 23 Repentance Resurrection Salvation Satan Semiramis Sin soul-winning Spiritual Gifts Straight Talk About God's Will Tammuz tartarus Temptation Thankfulness Thanksgiving the battle of Armageddon The Bible The Devil the eternal lake of fire the mark of the beast The Old Testament Law the queen of heaven Trials Trusting In God using your talents in serving Christ waiting on God where did Christ's soul go after His death Work Worry Worship
russellmckinney on Is the Ark of the Covenant In… Pastor Steve on Is the Ark of the Covenant In… russellmckinney on Is the Ark of the Covenant In… russellmckinney on Is the Ark of the Covenant In… Malcolm Woody on Is the Ark of the Covenant In…
Disciple’s RoadMy Tweets
- 112,448 hits
Category Archives: Choices
One of the rationalizations that homosexuals use for their sin is, “If homosexuality is a sin, why didn’t Jesus preach against it?” The implication of this question is that all those Bible passages that condemn homosexuality aren’t as perfectly divine … Continue reading
Then the children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, about six hundred thousand men on foot, besides children. A mixed multitude went up with them also, and flocks and herds — a great deal of livestock. (Exodus 12:38, N.K.J.V.) … Continue reading
I’ve been preaching through the gospel of Mark on Wednesday nights at Oak Grove Baptist. In Mark 6:45-52, we find the familiar story of Jesus walking on the Sea of Galilee to meet the chosen twelve, who were in a … Continue reading
The Old Testament Law series (post #4) This post will finish up our short series on the Old Testament law. I make no claims that the series has been particularly thorough, but I trust that I’ve at least provided some … Continue reading
Do not be unequally yoked together with unbelievers. For what fellowship has righteousness with lawlessness? And what communion has light with darkness? And what accord has Christ with Belial? Or what part has a believer with an unbeliever? And what … Continue reading