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
If God cannot disagree with Himself, why do the Father and the Son seem to have differing views on unclean foods?
Hiding the Word of God in our hearts is a sure way to keep us in the will of God at all times
A stunning OT promise from God can be found in the book of Isaiah: judgment is coming — but He Himself will provide hope, restoration and blessing
How should we understand verses that seem to show God responding to our actions? Does God honour our obedience, or is that a works-based false teaching?
A reader asked: If God’s complete plan of salvation was only revealed after Christ came, how were they saved who lived before Him?
God repeatedly calls us to live uprightly before Him. But what does that mean? In a world full of temptations and carnality, is that even possible?
Although Jesus had healed instantly before, His delay in the case of the 10 lepers offers a lesson that's a paradigm for our own lives
Missionary in Peru Crystal Carrillo on countering a society rife with drunkenness and infidelity with discipleship and prayer
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
Being asked to sacrifice Isaac was his greatest test — but there are eternal truths that 21st century dads can take away from this hero of faith
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