Waiting on David

Robby Bradfordadvent, Bible, Bible study, Christianity, Christmas, Covenant, Davidic Covenant, discipleship, Jesus Christ, Judaism, New Testament, Old Testament, prophecy, spirituality, the Bible0 Comments

Advent, the Christian season that starts the Christian calendar and focuses on the coming of Jesus, starts today!  Throughout Advents (ending on Christmas Day), I’m posting thoughts about the coming of Jesus and explaining some things about Christmas that might not be clear to you.Have you ever wondered why Jesus is referred to as the son of David in the … Read More

How My Family Celebrates Advent

Robby Bradfordadvent, Bible studies, Bible study, carols, Christianity, Christmas, discipleship, family, holidays, Jesus Christ, joy, prayer, spiritual growth, the Bible, worship3 Comments

Do you suppose the angels in the sky looked at all like this picture on the night Jesus was born?  The following is a guest post from my lovely wife about how my family celebrates the season! Advent is a word that has many different meanings to just as many people.  For some, it is a season of the church … Read More

21 Myths: There are Other Gospels

Robby Bradfordapologetics, Christian history, Christian origins, gospels, Jesus Christ, New Testament, the Bible0 Comments

CNN loves to talk about them. National Geographic has spilled plenty of ink covering them. They are the darlings of the media whenever they turn up somehow and especially when they tell any kind of story or say anything that directly casts doubt on any of the four canonical gospels. They also stir up plenty of money for those who … Read More

21 Myths About Jesus in 21 Days

Robby Bradford21 myths, apologetics, Christian origins, Christianity, discipleship, evangelism, Jesus Christ, New Testament, the Bible0 Comments

You’ve likely heard them.  People make up all kinds of myths about Jesus.  Often, they use these myths to dismiss him or the Church. Sometimes, myths are used about Jesus because if he’s 100% legit, it will require a complete reordering of one’s private world. Over the next 21 days, leading up to Easter Sunday, I’ll be dealing with one … Read More

Feeling Lost and Finding Direction

Robby Bradford31 questions, Christianity, discipleship, doubt, Q Sunday, Question and Answer, salvation, security, the Bible0 Comments

Here is #27 of 31 Questions in 31 Days! To learn more about this 31 Day series, just search “31 Questions” in the search bar above or click here! Q #27:  My relationship with God one second is great & in another moment I’m lost & confused. Right now I am lost and I don’t know how to get back to Him. … Read More

4 REASONS THE BIBLE IS CREDIBLE

Robby Bradford31 questions, apologetics, Christianity, discipleship, God's Word, Jesus Christ, New Testament, Old Testament, the Bible21 Comments

Here is #25 of 31 Questions in 31 Days! To learn more about this 31 Day series, just search “31 Questions” in the search bar above or click here!  Q #25:  Why put any trust that the Bible is anything more than made up stories? A:  There are a number of reasons, beyond the internal affirmations of scripture, that Christians  trust the … Read More

5 Keys for Unlocking the Parables

Robby Bradford31 questions, Bible, Bible studies, Bible study, discipleship, discover, First Assembly of God Lafayette, Jesus Christ, New Testament, parables, Sunday themes, the Bible0 Comments

Here is #22 of 31 Questions in 31 Days! To learn more about this 31 Day series, just search “31 Questions” in the search bar above or click here! Q #23:  Since Jesus taught a lot with parables, what can you tell me about how to understand them? A:  If you research them on the internet, you’ll find a LOT of ideas about … Read More

Taking the Bible Literally

Robby Bradford31 questions, discipleship, exegesis, First Assembly of God Lafayette, God's Word Q Sunday, hermeneutics, New Testament, Old Testament, scripture memorization, Sunday themes, the Bible3 Comments

Here is #22 of 31 Questions in 31 Days! To learn more about this 31 Day series, just search “31 Questions” in the search bar above or click here!  Q #22:  I’ve heard you say we can’t take all the Bible literally.  What do you mean by that?   A:  Some of the Bible is written to convey literal facts and some … Read More