Transparency is important in any marriage. It goes hand-in-hand with trust. But how much should one divulge before one ties the knot?
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?
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
Find out how to tell a true church from a false one, what a church's main ministries and calling are, and what is the biblical model for church discipline
Find out how we can avoid “eating and drinking judgment” to ourselves — and keep legalism from creeping into our remembrance of our Redeemer
For centuries, Christians have staked their lives on the gospel. If it really is the power of God to save us for eternity, then we need to know what it is
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
Spiritual maturity, unity and Biblical models of effectiveness and leadership are better measures of growth than mere numbers
Our constant failure to meet spiritual goals can make us want to give up. But perseverance will lead to life-giving habits that help us grow in God’s grace
There is much that modern-day Christians can learn from first-century believers, including how to avoid many of the issues we face in our assemblies today
Why Solomon's story is a powerful warning for Christians to be spiritually vigilant, even during seasons of comfort and peace
The congregation’s call to judge those within its assembly is backed by Scripture — which also instructs us to aim for restoration in a spirit of love
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