Why Doesn’t God Give More Specific Guidance?

People sometimes wonder, “Why God doesn’t always give us specific guidance about what to do?” When God told Noah to build the ark, he told him what size to make it, which materials to use, and what to bring on board. But many of us don’t receive that type of specific guidance from God. Why? God has given us basic guidance for life, telling us what is right and wrong. With the guidance and boundaries he has given us, there are a variety of ways that we can bring goodness and beauty into the world. I think half the fun for God is seeing our creativity. What will we do with what he has given us? What unique decisions and expressions will you make that delight the heart of God?

Things to Do Before Time Runs Out

Eternal life in the kingdom of God will be much better than our lives here. But there are a few things that we won’t be able to do in God’s kingdom. This video is an encouragement and a reminder to do those things right now while you still have a chance. If you are feeling discouraged about your life and wondering what your purpose in this life is, I hope this video will inspire you to make the most of your time in this world

Send Hell Straight to Hell

Is the idea of hell as unending torment really as Biblical as we’ve been conditioned to believe? If you have ever doubted the justice of the concept of hell, this video will give you Biblical reasons to ditch the idea of unending torment, preserve the image of our loving God, and rescue the gospel message from the violence of the torturous flames.

How to Stop Judging People

The reason it is so easy to judge people is because people are frequently doing things that are worthy of judgment. But you can stop judging if you take God’s perspective. God respects, honors, and enjoys people without regarding their bad actions. God didn’t excuse bad behavior, he put it to death on the cross. God considered Christ’s death on the cross the death of corrupt humanity. 2 Corinthians 5:16 says, “So from now on we regard no one from a worldly point of view.” You don’t need to judge anyone by what you see from a worldly point of view. Why? Because “If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away. All things have been made new” (verse 17). We can give people perfect respect and honor because what remains of that old corrupted creation will be gone soon, and the new creation- perfect in beauty and glory- will be here for eternity.