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Topical Studies

  • Christ’s Law of Love

    Dr. Jerald Daffe
    Christ’s Law of Love Even when we use the word love correctly, it is much easier to say it than to bring it to fulfillment with concrete attitudes and actions.
  • Facing Your Giants

    Greg Laurie
    Facing Your Giants How do we deal with giants? We find the answer in the Old Testament account of David and Goliath.
  • How Were Old Testament Saints Saved?

    Hank Hanegraaff
    How Were Old Testament Saints Saved? Many people falsely assume that only New Testament believers are saved by grace whereas Old Testament believers were saved by their obedience to the law.
  • 7 Ways to Cultivate Joy

    Chuck Swindoll
    7 Ways to Cultivate Joy Want more joy in your day? Cultivate it! Joy springs from viewing the day's events from eternity's perspective.
  • Beyond Sunday: The Lord Is My Light

    Beyond Sunday: The Lord Is My Light God, who is a believer’s light, is the strength of his life, not only by whom, but in whom, he lives and moves. In God therefore let us strengthen ourselves.
  • Big Grace

    Paul Tripp
    Big Grace If the Bible's description of us is accurate, then God's grace is our only hope. Thank God that He has given us big grace!
  • A Dying Tree

    Ron Edmondson
    A Dying Tree One of the saddest things for me in ministry is witnessing people who once were vibrant, blooming, growing church members. Now, I never see them. That breaks my heart.
  • Koinonia: What the Bible Means by "Fellowship"

    Douglas Mangum
    Koinonia: What the Bible Means by When we overuse a word, it can lose its meaning. Our overuse of “fellowship” makes some important points in the Bible fall flat.
  • For the Sake of the Name

    Michael S. Heiser
    For the Sake of the Name In his third letter, John doesn’t use the phrase “in Jesus’ name” or “the name of Jesus”; it’s simply, “for the sake of the name.” Why this phrase? Is John trying to keep a secret?
  • Beyond Sunday: Only One Fear

    Beyond Sunday: Only One Fear Where the fear of God rules in the heart, it will preserve it from the snare which the inordinate fear of man brings.
  • Knowing God’s Will

    Randy Alcorn
    Knowing God’s Will We were looking for God’s will as if it were buried treasure. But that didn’t make sense. Wouldn’t God want us to know His will? Why would He hide it from us?
  • Psalm 27: Breathing Violence

    Association of Biblical Counselors
    Psalm 27: Breathing Violence Perhaps no two words in Scripture more dramatically capture the powerfully damaging presence of sin than these two words.
  • Being Like Jesus: 8 Weeks in the Beginning of Colossians

    John D. Barry
    Being Like Jesus: 8 Weeks in the Beginning of Colossians The beginning of Colossians tells us how we can be like Christ. We learn the theology necessary to fight evil and the practicality of loving Jesus.
  • Rest in the Shadow of the Almighty

    Ron Edmondson
    Rest in the Shadow of the Almighty Resting within the protection of God’s glory, I find peace from the burdens of the world.
  • Beyond Sunday: When God Gives Gifts

    Beyond Sunday: When God Gives Gifts Man’s gifts will eventually crumble into dust, but God’s gifts last an eternity.
  • What Happens to Us When We Die?

    Ray Pritchard
    What Happens to Us When We Die? In answering questions about life after death, we are left with only two sources to consult. Either we turn to human experience or we turn to the Word of God. If we turn to human experience, we find many guesses, many ideas, many theories—but no sure answers.
  • Taking a Look at Babel

    Johnny Cisneros
    Taking a Look at Babel On the surface, the Tower of Babel story seems like a power struggle between God and humanity. But when you look at the literary and cultural context, another picture emerges.
  • Finding Help

    John D. Barry
    Finding Help I say, “Help comes from God.” I tell people, “You’re not alone.” Both are empty phrases if I don’t live like I believe them. The author of Psalm 121 spotted this problem.
  • Zeal Needs Humility

    Founders Ministries Blog
    Zeal Needs Humility Anyone who uses commitment to his Lord's doctrines as an excuse to violate his Lord's commandments reveals that he holds neither gospel nor law as fervently as he thinks.
  • Beyond Sunday: How Paul Preached

    Beyond Sunday: How Paul Preached The subject matter of his ministry was not any of the liberal arts and sciences, or the philosophy and dry morality of the Gentiles, but salvation by a crucified Christ.