Whether we eat or drink—or die—we are called to it all for the glory of God. Here’s Martin Luther’s example on dying well
What if our final destination isn’t a disembodied heaven? What if the end goal is a new earth, where God’s justice reigns?
What do we have to look forward to after the Winter of this life? According to the promise of the gospel, everything — but most of all, resurrection
Will we do anything other than sing God’s praise? Will we receive wings? Find out what the Bible has to say about our future home
A reader asked if the Bible was contradicting itself in stating that no one could see God and live, while also promising that we will behold God some day
Is the concept of eternity a mere movie hypothesis — or does a place like heaven really exist beyond the vast blue skies?
In Scripture, death isn’t merely an end to existence, it’s separation — and spiritual death is so terrifying because it’s total separation from God
A visit to a secluded graveyard is an unlikely place to find encouragement. And yet, the testimonies of those who went on before us have much to say today
God did not need to make man, but He chose to do so anyway. Find out why humanity — out all of God's creations — has such a unique place in His plan
In the wake of the shocking news of basketball legend Kobe Bryant’s passing, the message of Psalm 90 becomes all the more urgent and that much more real
A poet explores the impact and import of 9/11 — and how we must think of it, almost 20 years after the events of that fateful day
Throughout the day, our thoughts are occupied with all manner of concerns. But Scripture shows us “a still more excellent way”
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