Accepting the reality of our transient lives, along with God’s eternal truths, can help us to apply our hearts to wisdom in the daily grind of our fleeting days.
Peace isn’t the absence of troubles, it’s God filling our hearts despite them. So when fearful or anxious thoughts come, remind yourself of Jesus’ words: “Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”
Jesus acted as a good and tender Shepherd to Thomas in his doubts. Jesus never ennobled his unbelief; rather, He rescued him despite this weakness. This is grace in action.
It takes courage to stand alone, and oftentimes we find ourselves in situations and places where our faith requires us to do so.
The danger in fighting the wrong battles is that we may find ourselves in the very throes of fighting against God himself, while convinced we are serving His agenda.
Although there has been an uptick in violence against Christians in the region, Egypt is hardly alone in a long list of countries facing persecution for their faith.
What would it look like if the biblical accounts of Palm Sunday were taking place in our generation today?
Inspiring Easter quotes and resurrection Bible verses. Because of Christ’s resurrection, we can have peace during even the most troubling of times.
The danger of spiritual complacency is that it is not only acutely self-serving, but it is highly contagious. It’s a subtle erosive to our faith.
Our Dominican Republic outreach strengthens the local church through sports outreach, youth empowerment, and community development.