moral accountability


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When we are faced with an outcome that we know is right, is it OK to do whatever it takes to achieve that outcome? Perhaps you would say No when I phrase it that way. However the overwhelming majority of people, I believe, would say Yes. The default ethical position of most people, played out over and over again on our TV and movie screens, is the ethic of ‘the end justifies the means’.

Does the End Justify the Means? – part 1









Do you remember when you became a Christian; that time when you surrendered your life to Jesus and accepted Him as Lord and Saviour? Do you remember what you were like then as a person as opposed to now? Is there any difference? The decision to live for Christ doesn’t stop with a decision. It must be followed by a changed lifestyle.

Unleashing the Fruit of the Spirit



Why does it matter what we believe? The doctrine of God’s sovereignty is an anchor for the troubled soul, a hope for the praying heart, a stability for fragile faith, a confidence in pursuing the lost, a guarantee of Christ’s atonement, a high mystery to keep us humble, and a solid ground for all praise. And oh so much more.

10 Reasons Why Believing in the Sovereignty of God Matters