Embark on an eye-opening journey into the life and times of this carpenter from Nazareth.
- A Good Man or the God-Man? The Case for the Deity of Jesus Scholars and historians have debated for centuries whether Jesus of Nazareth was simply another human being or if He was truly divine. This article provides evidence from several different angles to support the truth that Jesus was fully God and fully man. As a man, He was able to take on the punishment for our human sin. And as God, He was able to triumph over sin and death.
- An Invitation to Touch the Skin of Infinite God Chuck Swindoll draws us to the wonder of the birth of Christ, the very Son of God, who chose to enter our world as a normal, human baby of humble means. What was God’s plan behind this bewildering and understated event? Why was it necessary? Read this article to find answers to these life-altering questions.
- Deepwater Faith
- How Do We Know That Jesus Is God? For centuries, critics have sought to disprove the divinity of the man called Jesus. How do we know that Jesus is who He says He is? Take a look at the specific Scripture verses that state clearly the divine attributes Jesus possessed. And consider the testimony of eyewitness accounts that speak loudly and confidently of His identity as the Son of God.
- How Does the Death of Jesus Save Me? This article was written to answer this specific question, and it explains clearly the theology behind Jesus’s substitutionary death to pay the penalty required for our sins. It explains how God’s holiness and righteous standard require justice and cannot merely overlook our sin. And it helps us understand exactly what Jesus went through when He died to secure our salvation.
- Jesus Has a Question for You Chuck Swindoll recalls the scene in Scripture where Jesus asked His disciples, “Who do you say that I am?” After reporting to Him what other people around them were saying, it was their turn to state just who they believed Him to be. Peter passed the test with flying colors by recognizing Jesus as the Son of God. Who do you say that He is? Your answer will change your life and define your future.
- Jesus on the Brain
- Judgment Day Chuck Swindoll describes the future judgments that await every man, woman, and child who has ever lived. Those who have trusted Christ for their salvation will be judged by God according to their relationship with Jesus, declared righteous, and ushered into eternal life with Him. Those who rejected Christ will be judged according to their deeds and punished for their sins with eternity in hell. Read this article to see Chuck’s explanation of these terms and events and be challenged to choose Christ.
- Not to Worry . . . He's Risen! Chuck Swindoll explains that the satanic forces of death and evil were working up to the climax of Jesus’s crucifixion on the cross, where it seemed they had won the final victory. But the resurrection of Jesus proved God’s power over the very heart of evil. The varied responses to the news of Jesus’s resurrection mirror the kinds of responses Chuck says he sees today when he presents the gospel.
- Peace on Earth . . . We Need It Now
- Scriptural Support for Christ's Return
- The Full Gospel . . . And Nothing More The author presents a challenge every Christian needs to accept: learn how to explain the gospel of Jesus Christ clearly and succinctly without getting bogged down by non-essentials. Read this article to find out what is meant by the term “the full gospel” and how you can present it plainly.
- The Gathering Storm Chuck Swindoll helps us understand why Jesus got so angry at the activities of the religious leaders of His time, especially inside the temple. Jesus provides a stellar example for us of how to stand up to corruption and hypocrisy, even if the corruption and hypocrisy come from our spiritual leaders. His actions and teachings show us that standing up for truth and righteousness may cost us popularity and even our safety, but staying faithful to God makes it well worth it.
- Things That Strangle Us
- Was Jesus Married?
- When Jesus Fails Your Expectations