The Bible is clear on lots of things. Fornication, stealing, lying, loving your neighbor, humility, faith in God. We know the will of God in those areas. But what about other areas that aren’t specifically mentioned in the Bible? There are a lot of things that the Bible does not specifically forbid or permit. For example, if somebody invites you over to their house to play poker, should you go? Should Christians gamble at all? Play the Lotto? Dance at nightclubs? Get tattoos? Listen to secular music? Have a beer with dinner? Watch R-rated movies? These things are not specifically addressed in the Bible. So what’s a Christian to do? Well, as Charlie points out in this DVD, God has given us some little-known guidelines in the Bible to help us make wise decisions in the gray areas. DVD Length: 35 minutes.
This DVD is also available on a CD.
Posted by Pastor Mark Avila / Via Twitter posted by ABR on 9th Oct 2014
A must for your youth/young adult groups. Some adults should watch too.
Posted by Pastor Mike on 30th Dec 2013
This DVD by Charlie Campbell was so good, I had the entire church watch it in all of our home fellowships, our high school group, our jr. high group, and our men's fellowship. Everybody agreed, it is awesome. Super helpful. I'm buying more to loan out to people.
Posted by Cindy on 1st Aug 2012
We try to get away with what we can or get confused as to what to do with the things that are not specifically mentioned in the Bible. Charlie presents clearly how to make wise decisions...and he backs it up with Scripture. We as a church have many excuses so we can do the things "we" want to do and not what is best or what would bring most glory to God. We need to be separate from this world. We need to look different and not blend in. We need to ask ourselves, "Can our neighbors see the difference between our lives and the non-Christian?"
Posted by Donna Lovato on 26th Jul 2012
I was thrilled when I watched this DVD. Charlie, Thank you! This teaching covers so many areas that have been ignored by the Christian Church. Extremely thought provoking, it challenges us to live in holiness by applying Scripture that we normally don't even see as pertaining to our everyday lives. Well done. This is one that all believers must see (new converts to those who think themselves mature). Wherever you are in your walk, this teaching will convict you in some area if you are honest with yourself.