The flesh is our main enemy when it comes to prayer. But praise God. He knows we are weak and that we need His power to pray, so He sent someone to help us.
Feelings change, but walking with God takes faith. It takes commitment. And it takes consistency.
Don’t read these statements as familiar quotes that are usually written in red. Let them soak deep into your heart and mind. Let them add life to you. Be better with truth.
Luke 2:7 has been the source of quite a bit of discussion throughout church history. Where exactly was there no room for Jesus?
Many of us crave the image in our head of family coming close, friends getting together, and joy and peace marking each moment; yet the reality often looks very different. Why the difference?
As we unwrap the gifts of Christmas this year, we can’t help but mention God’s love. It was because of His great love for you and me that we even have a Christmas to celebrate!
Here are four steps for sharing the gospel with your family. Check them out.
We tend to overlook genealogic sections of Scripture, but sometimes they contain hidden treasure.
Unbelief turns off the color and turns down the sound of life as it was meant to be lived. But, faith in Christ turns on the sound, lights up the soul, and causes mute men to shout for joy!
The "secret steps" to a joy-filled life? You'll find them in John 15:7-11. Jesus said, "These things I have spoken to you, that my joy may be in you, and that your joy may be full."