The Birthmark of a Christian: Conduct

The final part of the Birthmark of a Christian, from a sermon by Dr. David Jeremiah, has arrived, the Birthmark of Conduct.  I will begin with a question, “Have you been tempted more lately, and enjoying it less?”  Oscar Wyle once said he could resist anything, but temptation.  In the John’s First Epistle, written so… Continue reading The Birthmark of a Christian: Conduct

The Birthmark of a Christian – Compassion

Continuing the study on the Birthmarks of a Christian, we arrive at the third study, the Birthmark of Compassion, which the dictionary defines as: a sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress together with a desire to alleviate it.   In the variety of translations I reviewed, none use the word compassion in this Epistle; however, Dr. Jeremiah… Continue reading The Birthmark of a Christian – Compassion