Taking the middle ground to live and let live is the call of the hour — and yet the Christian must ask: how much is too much?
There is no greater thing than to rehearse what God has done through his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, in turning our darkness into light
We can never be fully satisfied with our spiritual condition until we become like Jesus Christ, our Standard, in every way
Led to be crucified, having endured much brutality, Jesus addresses the Jews one more time along the way: yet again for their sake, not His own
More Christians seem to want to distance themselves from ‘fundamentalism’ altogether. But perhaps there is a thing or two we can learn
To be a godly husband is not merely a good gesture; rather, it is a commandment from the Lord. And saying, “I do” is just the beginning
To our Lord, commitment is not measured by our willingness to swing a sword; rather, it is a measure of our readiness to herald the truth
The Bible is not explicit in recommending an extended period of rest for leadership, so this is a matter of prudence, not obedience
To the world at large, it is almost unthinkable that a rational, intellectually aware person would consciously choose to believe in God
During one of the darkest hours in history, Jesus teaches us how to deal with the toughest of times and temptations of every kind
Jesus has not called us to be mere spectators or students of His grand plan, but actors, participants and Kingdom-bringers!
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