Prayer is hard work. It’s not something that comes naturally. We go about our days, engaged in the home or workplace, distracted by good things that would keep us from prayer if we let them. Our hearts are prone to wander from God in self-reliance toward temporary pleasures, rather than […]
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Christians have been turning to the Scriptures for inspiration and hope since the time of Jesus. These inspirational and encouraging verses of hope will uplift your soul and give you hope in live and hope in God as you meditate on the powerful truth that is in the Word of […]
By definition, a “savior” is someone who overcomes our enemies, rescuing us from their powerful grip. What enemies do every one of us face? What uniquely qualifies Jesus to be our Savior from them?
In our time, the Gospel has widely been repackaged and redefined as simply a decision to accept Jesus as Savior, but somehow it is disconnected from any meaningful change in a person’s life…
Try to picture this man: He claims to have faith, but he has no deeds (James 2:14). He says he is a believer. He talks about faith in Christ. He claims to be a Christian. But there isn’t anything distinctively Christ-like about his behavior. Nothing makes his life obviously different from […]
It seems that the British election being held today has turned on a few words picked up inadvertently by a microphone. Gordon Brown, the British Prime Minister, was campaigning in Rochdale Thursday, when he ran into Mrs. Gillian Duffy (66), a widow on her way to the shops to buy […]
This last weekend has refreshed a spirit of thanksgiving in me. It began with a funeral on Friday morning for Grace Wolgemuth who was translated peacefully into the presence of Christ at the age of 93, leaving a godly legacy to her six children, 20 grandchildren and, to date, 27 […]