Whatever has shaped your life up to this moment has no claim on the tomorrow God has planned for you. Whatever disappointment, shifting circumstances, or "dead" things are in your past, they do not need to hamstring your future. Learn how to become a person who lays hold of God's promise for tomorrow by living according to His pattern and embracing His presence today.
In the seasonal transitions of our lives, God’s pruning process may be painful, even traumatic, but He promises that having gone through it, we will bear much fruit.
Scripture says that he who says he is in the light and hates his brother, is in darkness. We will not win the world by how holy we are but by how loving we are.
Nothing is more likely to open hearts to Christ than being exposed to the joy of Jesus in a home or congregation where people have learned to radiate celebration with a richness of joy that only the original Spirit of Christmas can bring.
Salvation has no price tag; you can go to heaven even if you never give God a dime. Growth, however, often hinges on a decision to take a fundamental point of biblical commitment in giving. You determine whether the finances of this life are governed by world’s system, or the Lord’s.
A congenital birth defect should have ended my life at one year old, but prayers offered by a church opened the way for a miraculous healing. I yearn for parents to learn to teach their children about the healing power of Jesus because once a child is healed by the power of Christ, no matter what happens in the years to come, that child will never forget that he is the Lord’s.
In all our relationships, but most especially in marriage, learning to sing together rather than criticize one another will bring the life and fullness that God intends for us. The Lord intends for husbands and wives to mirror God’s image, not one another’s.
When the Holy Spirit causes Jesus’ grandeur and glory to overflow our hearts, He overflows our minds as well, and we will find ourselves more than ever “speaking the truth in love” (Eph. 4:15).
The story of Jesus stilling the tempest begins with “Now it happened, on a certain day....” It was on this “certain” day that the Lord sowed the seed of His word into their hearts and then demonstrated their truth in action. The disciples learned to receive the Word of God on this “certain day” in the manner that you and I are to receive it in all our days, and in the face of whatever storms we find ourselves in.
Praying for the whole world is a vast undertaking, and it is often hard to know where to start. This biblical guide to prayer for the nations will help you grow in new levels of intercession for all lands.
Are you praying for your family's salvation, or are you new to the family of God? Perhaps you are wondering about making that decision. God loves you, accepts you, and wants to welcome you to His family. Everyone is invited! Here's how to begin your new life in Christ.
We live in a changing world filled with people who are reaching for a firm grip on something which cannot be shaken. God calls us to become anchor people who make a Kingdom difference in our world.