Why are we here?

Bride of Christ

Romans Chapter 11 talks about our relationship with Him and His many adopted children.  The Church is the Bride of Christ, and we are preparing for His wedding feast. One day, Jesus will come for His bride and the end of this age will be upon us.

There are certain things we can know from His Word, and there are some things we speculate on. As we wrap up a week of discussing some very controversial topics like whether we should support Israel or Palestinians, One World Order and Word of Faith teachings, how do we rightly discern the Word of God when there are so many passionate Christians who argue on their most passionate issues?

There are some viruses infecting the church: Chrislam, New Age Spiritualism, Dominionism on both the left and the right, but sometimes as Christians we ask the wrong questions. Which issues do we stand up for, and which do we say, “I agree to disagree?” It’s a question we’re covering today with our guest Dave Wager. Dave is the founder of Silver Birch Ranch and Nicolet Bible College, and author of several books including Beyond Expectations: Learning to Obey. Check out Dave’s Blog here.

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2 Responses to Why are we here?

  1. Mr Davis says:

    Its to bad we debate what we can know! And what the Bible is silent on there we create and agree on what we create!

    God help us!


  2. Scott Alan Buss says:

    Really enjoyed the show!

    I know it may sound corny in an over-simplistic sort of way, but every right answer to every question of significance really does begin in the very nature of God Himself. When we have a good understanding of who He is, we have a much easier time finding the answer to every meaningful question, including "why we are here" (to glorify Him and enjoy Him forever).

    When we have a misconception of His nature, there are deep ramifications. The more "off" our understanding of His nature, the more profound the related errors.

    Biblical Christianity is theocentric. Biblical Christians must be as well.


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