A Precious Truth To Cling to In the Midst of Trials

The Christian is not promised an easy life in this world. To assume that following Christ will lead a trouble-free life is not something that the Bible supports, it is really a soft version of the prosperity gospel. The Christian—even the Christian in the affluent, comfortable, safe,
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Prosperity Gospel-Lite

It is easy to point out the mistakes of the Joel Olsteen “Your Best Life Now” theology. The prosperity gospel is far removed from the NT teaching on the cost of discipleship (Matt 16:24-26) and the reality that suffering is something that Christians will endure in this life (Phil 1:29
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