Isaiah 13 offers a shadowy glimpse of the future ‘day of the Lord’. Can God be justified for exercising wrath against His creation?
Hiding the Word of God in our hearts is a sure way to keep us in the will of God at all times
Christians can sometimes find themselves wondering about their salvation. Are these questions an indicator that our confession wasn’t genuine?
During one of the darkest hours in history, Jesus teaches us how to deal with the toughest of times and temptations of every kind
When the Lord allows your children or loved ones to hit rock bottom, do you interpret it as certain defeat or a call to prayer?
The universe is filled with mysteries, most of which we may never unravel. But God has already revealed the most important ones. Have you responded to them?
As high priest, Eli held the highest position possible in Israel. But he was unable to lead others to the Lord — beginning with his own sons
How the church can better equip itself to respond to those suffering from poor mental health — both inside its ranks and beyond
If Jacob could make so many mistakes and still be used by God, there’s hope for believers who find themselves spiritually stumbling time and again
Christians have been reeling from a report that found late apologist Ravi Zacharias guilty of sexual misconduct. But there are lessons we can all take away
Do you feel like you are stumbling through life like a person wandering in the dark? We were made to walk in the light of Christ
Social justice movements the world over have embraced CRT. Many churches and Christian leaders have followed suit. Is it compatible with the gospel though?
A weekly brief of new resources and Scripture-based insights from our editorial team.