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?
Sometimes it is easier to turn off our hearts in obedience than to wrestle with God about things we don’t want to do. God wants connection over obedience.
Sure God has endowed Jesus with splendor, but does He want to endow each of us? This is personal journey, but the challenge can change your life.
God wants to make this coming year the best one yet. We’re powerful in determining what type of year that will be. Here are 4 steps to make it amazing.
The angels declared great joy for all the people, but shortly afterward great pain entered the region Jesus came. Where is the great joy that was promised?
God is looking for friends. He will listen to your heart and remind you of how valuable you are. But will we take the time to do this for Him as His friend?
Holiness is often related to being without sin. That’s not holiness; that’s righteousness and it is by faith not refraining from sin. Then what is holiness?
There were two trees in the garden: one was forbidden, the other we lost access to. What is God trying to tell us? How are we to respond?
Jesus didn’t come to remove the evil and put in the good; He came to remove the evil so that the good could fully shine. There is still good in them.