Some Christians condemn Halloween, some create a family-friendly harvest festival, and others will embrace Halloween completely. How should you navigate it?
We all have a worldview from which we live. How does the Bible affect your view of life, God, and self?
We are compensating for a pain that is no longer real. Jesus paid it all on the cross. We now have to retrain our minds to believe it to have more of God.
The blessing of this annoying love of God is that if we can get rid of it when we want to, then we absolutely cannot lose it if when we want to enjoy it.
We feel the need to convince non-Christians of their need to accept Jesus, but we often doubt if they would really desire it. Here’s a shocking truth:
We start out unquestionably doing good, but then something happens. We feel the pain. Then we make the decision not to trust God will take care of us.
What our stories with God do is raise the expectations for what is possible to those who hear them. Your life is to draw people to more of God.
What is confidence in prayer? Is it making God do what we want? Instinctively, we know this isn’t it, but what is confidence we have in approaching to God?
Romans 3:23 is one of the first verses many of us ever memorized. But, I suggest many of us haven’t really thought about what it is saying.
The idea of us being holy would be fully unthinkable to us if it were not for 1 Peter 1:15. Holiness seems to be reserved for God alone. How can we be holy?
There are two main reasons following God is so hard. If we can overcome these, we will find the abundant life that Jesus promised is not far off.
Sowing and reaping used to be a fearful harvest of any evil I did. But we have a good father who is looking for any good in us to reward. Can this be true?
Do we start off as a slave or servant of God than you work your way up to a friend or lover of God? Where am I now? Am I God’s friend or servant?