A sermon on thankfulness from Charles Haddon Spurgeon
We can weep over the brokenness of loneliness without cheapening the sweetness of the presence of the Holy Spirit or the work of Christ to reconcile us to the Father.
If we are going to survive a spiritually hazardous November, we must shelter our people in Christ. Only he will preserve them.
In our post-Christian culture, Christians sometimes get caught up in playing too nice with ideas, out of a desire to play nice with people.
What steps should a preacher take to preacher a sound, clear, and helpful sermon?
This week’s links deal with distraction, dreams and visions, thinking slowly, and five heresies that made the modern world.
A peacemaker’s ultimate goal is neither to be right nor to be liked but to move towards Christ in forgiveness and truth so all can flourish.
While the days ahead may be uncertain to us, God’s power and mission are as sure and certain as ever.
He took on skin to veil his radiance and live the life we should have lived to die the death we don’t want to die and save us from our sins.
We’re not doing anyone any favors by sparing them obedience, even when it’s hard, even when it feels “insane.” We’re only withholding from them everything on the other side.