Christmas in America is mostly about gifts given and received. But Christmas is really about the gift no one seeks but everyone needs.
One of my favorite biblical role models is Mary of Nazareth. In her life I have found a wealth of wisdom for my own walk with God. Her story illustrates many of the characteristics of the kind of woman God uses to fulfill His redemptive purposes in our world.
As his parents watched Jesus mature, they couldn’t help but see his Nazareth years as a time of preparation for a calling they knew would inevitably lead him away from them.
I don’t like to wait. No, let’s be completely honest: I despise waiting. Yet waiting on the Lord is essential for our growth. Here are 7 reasons why.
When Christ's family looked for Him, they did not go in to find Him. They wanted Him to obey their wishes.
When we celebrate the birth of Jesus at Christmastime, our attention is most often given to Luke’s account, because it gives us so much information. But Matthew's account is just as important in our understanding the event through the eyes of Joseph.
Here is a quick tour of how God reveals Himself in every book of the Bible.
Seeking the Lord means seeking his presence. But aren't his children always in his presence? Yes and no.
Philippians 4:8 admonishes us to think about things which are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent or praiseworthy. Are these only spiritual things?
Though men differ greatly in the nature and extent of their sinfulness, there is absolutely no difference between the best and the worst of men.