Surprisingly Job shows us an unthinkable path to Biblical prosperity. God’s heart is so toward reconciliation and forgiveness that He desires we do the same.
You can’t just put up a sign and say you are a safe community. In order to truly be safe, you need to trust in God’s complete forgiveness and His desire to lead others into holiness.
David’s love of God, his willingness to fight for God, his love for worship, are all common proofs for David being a man after God’s own heart. But, …
I love this story and love Dr. Bill Bright for living it out. He made one change which led to the creation of a tool that impacted millions of lives for Christ.
We cannot avoid entering into other people’s problems. We don’t have to have the answer. Just give a hug and prayer to let them know they are not alone.
Sharing our faith reminds us of God’s truth applied to real people. And, those words reveal to us more of those good things God wants us to have as well.
People who die without Jesus will have made a terribly bad choice, but hell is a warning for Christians. It should compel us to tell of God’s love.
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.
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?
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.
We don’t let people get too close, because we are afraid they may see our junk and reject us. However hiding will hinder your growth with God. Take a look:
We read the Psalms and see prayers for God to take care of his enemies, and we rather this model than Jesus’ request to love them. How much should we love?