Psalm 133 tells believers how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell in unity. This five-act 'play' will help bring the truth of that verse home
It's tempting to look around us and see nothing but brokenness, injustice and strife. But what we're taking our eyes off of is: glory
Whether we like it or not, depression is far from uncommon among those who are saved. Does the Bible have resources for the distressed Christian? Indeed
We often forget that all the pain in this world cannot rob us of our inheritance in Christ. That is the triumph song of life
The trials we endure in this life are not the end of the story — only a means to something much greater: the promised glory
Life can often feel so very futile. What joy to know that God has been writing a glorious end for each of our stories since the beginning of time
When sin and the world brings us to our knees, we hold on to Christ who gives us new life and a reason to sing
A humbling hymn about our great High Priest, whose intercessory work means we have no reason to believe the devil’s lies that we can lose our salvation once saved
Not receiving the judgement we deserve is one of the great wonders of the gospel — and a reminder that no one else loves this way
When you can call nothing else in this world your own, rest in the Saviour who offers ultimate joy and peace in Him — forevermore
As children, every new experience is a curiosity, but as we grow older, they lose their wonder. Is this not true of the great mysteries of the Gospel story too?
In a world that knows brokenness and sin, we are assured of a God who knows hope and restoration
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