David Brooks is a senior professor of Hebrew & Old Testament at Criswell College, Dallas, where he lives with his wife and four children. Having been raised with an emphasis on international missions, he often accepts international teaching assignments while also teaching adjunctively at Dallas Theological Seminary.
God is good all the time. God is love and His love has no limits. What practical implications do these truths hold for us today?
Even those at the forefront of spiritual battles need the prayers of the rest of us ― even if, ultimately, we’re all in God’s hands
Deliverance from adversaries and difficult situations brings great joy and relief. But there are two other places we can find joy and protection in God
God can deliver in various ways. Sometimes, He does it all Himself without our involvement at all; other times, He may strengthen us to defend ourselves
How should we understand verses that seem to show God responding to our actions? Does God honour our obedience, or is that a works-based false teaching?
David was not shaken emotionally or spiritually when troubles overtook him. The good news? The secret to his strength is ours too
A reader asked: If God’s complete plan of salvation was only revealed after Christ came, how were they saved who lived before Him?
How does one qualify for a relationship with God? By living according to His principles. Read all about how to live right with God
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