The Bible often speaks about the “fear of God.” There are two types of the fear of God, the first is a slavish fear, and the second is a filial fear. Both are referred to in Exodus 20:20, “And Moses said to the people, ‘Do not fear [slavish]; for God has come to test you, and that His fear [filial] may be before you, so that you may not sin.’” John Murray described the fear of God (in this second sense) as “the soul of godliness.”[1]
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You Must Be Born Again – What must you do to be born again?

In North America, many people make the unbiblical distinction between “Christian” and a “born-again Christian.” The Bible teaches that if a man is not born again, he is not a Christian at all.

In John 3, a man named Nicodemus questioned Jesus Christ Click to read more about “Regeneration”

At the heart of the Christian gospel are the truths of Christ crucified and Christ resurrected. Jesus came into the world to save sinners – to reconcile God and man through His atoning sacrifice.

Christ was the sinner’s substitute on Calvary to suffer the wrath and punishment of God in the place of Click to read more about “The Resurrection of Christ – Are you ready? “

In 2 Timothy 2:15, Paul writes, “Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” There are several things the church needs to hear about this text.

In the first place, the Christian ministry must be populated by men who work hard. Like the farmer in 2 Timothy 2:6 who is described as “The hardworking farmer,” ministers are to labor diligently in the word and doctrine. Click to read more about “Prepared to Preach”

Some people feel as if there is no hope for their lives.  The Bible holds out hope for eternal life through the Lord Jesus Christ.

Only Jesus Christ can give the forgiveness of sins that men and women desperately need.  Christ alone can reconcile God and sinners Click to read more about “Christ the Savior”