Without a strong direction toward a place where God is moving, without a secure anchor to keep you grounded, it's easy to drift into a dead zone.
As a tool to help you make right decisions from a biblical perspective, I have pulled together 13 questions you should ask when facing a choice. Here they are...
I’m convinced that one of the reasons my prayers often feel “flat” is that I don’t incorporate God’s word into my prayers.
Christ was the first preacher of the Gospel that ever was. He first preached it to Adam and Eve in the garden, and afterwards to Abraham.
Christians are not strangers because they have moved from their homeland to a new country. They are exiles because their identity has so radically changed.
Many of us face difficult and life-changing decisions. We can be grateful for God’s incredible promise in Psalm 32:8.
Giving is something we all must practice. It is one of the ways Jesus overcomes the spiritual poverty of our hearts—and alleviates the physical poverty of others in the process.
The root cause of worry is not misplaced priorities. It's misplaced faith. It's a failure to grasp the gospel of a God worthy of our trust.
Even without learning the original languages of the Bible, you can get beyond the cultural barriers that may be keeping you from seeing what Scripture really teaches.
This morning, I focused on Luke 9:28-36, the passage on the transfiguration of Jesus. As I reflected on this text, I realized that what was happening was a heavenly form of gospel community.