The world puts safety first ― safety in people, places, or things. But the Lord unequivocally calls us to take refuge in His word: “Fear not”
That we will all die is well established. What happens after we take our last breath is disputed. But the Bible has answers
Life can be exhausting and overwhelming. But if Moses' prayer in Psalm 90 is ours too, we can sing even through the darkest nights
The husks that we try to satisfy our souls with are many. The joy they bring does not last. This hymn tells us not what to turn to — but Whom
Mental health issues plague believers and unbelievers alike. Some view suicide as one of the ‘ultimate’ sins though. What does the Bible say?
As Christians, we cannot “fix” the earthly kingdom, but we cannot close our eyes and sing hymns while it burns down either. What do we do?
When it’s all said and done, what do you want to be known for? Noah’s legacy reminds us of specific traits we should aspire for as believers
It seems like a radical idea, but the life of Joseph demonstrates that the worst of times can actually be blessings in disguise
The years of our lives are not many. Soon, they will be cut off and we will, as the psalmist says, all fly away. Do we really want to leave with regrets?
This year, more than ever, we have had to face up to the finitude of our lives. For the Christian saved to eternity, it means there's urgent work to be done
God became man in order that men could become children of God. If that seems illogical, here are 12 pivotal truths to put things into perspective
On May 19, Ravi Zacharias went to be with the Lord he loved with all his heart. Here's celebrating the life of the "greatest apologist of the century"
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