Cornelius, a Roman centurion, lived in Caesarea shortly after the Lord Jesus. Although he was a soldier, he and his family believed in God, prayed and respected the moral teachings of the Jews. But he had never fully committed his life to God by being baptised. Why? Perhaps he hadn’t heard about baptism yet, or maybe he thought he was not good enough.
This Autumn, seize a valuable opportunity to get to grips with what the Bible! This 'Learn to Read the Bible Effectively' series of Seminars, starts Tuesday 26 September. It's an easy way to get an overview of what the Bible is all about.
After trekking up a mountain, there's a particular feeling you get when you finally stand at the top and take in the view. It’s the same feeling when you see the ocean spreading out beyond the horizon, or when lying back on a clear night to see the endless stars shining down. You can't help but stop and stare at the earth, sea and sky and their phenomenal beauty.
All Christian groups subscribe to the view that the death of Jesus concerns the forgiveness of sin.
This talk examines the reason why men and women need salvation from sin.