The command to count trials as “joy” may seem unrealistic and glib to us. But as James explains, this is only through a right “accounting” of suffering
Jesus spoke very highly of John the Baptist (Matthew 11:11). Still, he was only human. So could he offer a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sin?
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
The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?
The bereaved often grapple with questions about the afterlife — like whether we’ll recognise family and friends on the other shore
Hiding the Word of God in our hearts is a sure way to keep us in the will of God at all times
Deep theology seems an unnecessary pursuit to most. But often, knowing exactly who God is will prove our only source of rest
More Christians seem to want to distance themselves from ‘fundamentalism’ altogether. But perhaps there is a thing or two we can learn
Christians can sometimes find themselves wondering about their salvation. Are these questions an indicator that our confession wasn’t genuine?
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
Proverbs 22:6 is to parenting what Psalm 23:1 is to the Christian life. But like the poem, much of the true meaning of the proverb has been lost with time.
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