It’s hard to trust beautiful things with tragedy lurking around the corner.
If grace gives a kind word or a gentle smile, we would certainly be smitten. But if grace did something more, something unheard of, we would certainly be in love.
If our eyes are fixed forward on the promise of eternity, we can both mourn and have hope.
Do I believe that the Holy Spirit can overcome any sin, heal any wound, or provide any strength that you and I might need?
The fact that Jesus rose from the grave is the easiest and most simple answer to our most difficult and complex questions in life.
The blessing of friendship on this earth points to the eternal blessing of communion with God and His people forevermore.
What joy and goodness wait for the church when women are encouraged to sprint full-force into the playground where they can use their gifts in any and every way possible.
Even if we momentarily have strength that surpasses all others, we are sure to face a reckoning of weakening.
The Incarnation sounds the trumpet of our desperate need for a Savior acquainted with grief.
Though we are not promised ease of life as we look forward to 2021, we are promised eternal life that gives enduring hope.