Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2021)
Moral Conduct; Hebrews 11-13
Season 12, Episode 10 • 14-Dec-2021
Those who do not know God will live very differently than those who do. Our moral conduct is shifted significantly by our way of thinking. When the Holy Spirit of God comes into our life, He changes the way we think and reason. The first six verses of Hebrews 13, explain everything we need to know. When we make contact with God and yield to His will in our life, our priorities change, and we begin to place our life decisions in the hands of the LORD. As we read the Bible and pray, these decisions are made clear
to us. We no longer choose to serve ourselves only, but to take care of others. These ideas have been communicated from the foundation of all life: The Word of God. As we study the first part of Hebrews 13 today, remember that there have been 12 previous chapters that explain the divinity and soundness of Jesus Christ.
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