We are the ones who choose whether or not we will take the initiative and make the effort to read our Bible, pray, and grow up in spiritual maturity.
And the angel answered her, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you; therefore, the child to be born will be called Holy—the Son of God.”
God always shows up. He is “…a very present help IN trouble.” (Psalm 46:1 KJV).
God’s spoken words have Holy Spirit power.
Over the last several articles, I have been defending the historical reliability of Sacred Scripture. As noted before, this is no small task given that
Historically a study of how adults interact with Scripture, this year’s State of the Bible includes the opinions and perceptions of Gen Z, which spans ages 9-24, and studies Gen Z youth as a subset spanning ages 15-17.
In 1896, two young archeologists happened upon some of the most significant archeological finds of the 20th century: early fragments of the New Testament and early writings of the Christian faith.