Jesus did not come for those who presume they are innocent before God, but for sinners who know they are guilty.
Six lessons missionary John Stam learned while trusting God provide for all his needs.
Faith that always looks at self and surroundings, rather than Jesus, has no power over the tsunamis of your life.
Compassion remembers the frame of our children like God remembers that we are dust and prone to weakness.
Although we know the destination and the way, the Lord often inserts trials that seemingly get us off track.
You are not who you were and, therefore, you don’t belong where you used to. You are different, so walk that way.
We live in a world relentlessly focused on keeping up appearances. But, there is a better way, one in which our sight can be resurrected.
Let the unveiled image of Christ burn into the eyes of your heart. This is the hope of transformation.
Confidence must never rest upon the situation, but upon the Savior Himself.
Are you slavishly protecting your Christian freedom to do everything that pleases you?
What are you hiding?
You are encouraged to love one another as Christ has loved you, and a key way that happens is through the extension of merciful strength and aid in the face of failure.
Mark this down: the Lord hears and answers the cries of desperate people.