This season of Advent, may the anticipation of new life, new beginnings, and new possibilities give us hope unimaginable.
Like Thor and Bruce Banner, sometimes it feels like we’ve crash-landed into a world that is intentionally designed to keep us stressed out all the time.
Justification by Faith Alone: When you need assurance of your identity in Christ and your position in His family, remember that God cannot lie.
What we can learn from the art of abandonment: It’s about bringing out a hidden beauty where others only see ruin, decay, or worthlessness.
You and the World Series champions have something in common: You both have a front office actively working for your favor and the future good of your life. You can trust the front office!
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.
Sometimes it feels like your world is falling apart when it may actually just be falling into place.
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.
The Fatherhood of God: He is a good and perfect Father. There is none to whom we can compare Him. He is always the contrast, meant to be worshiped.
Lessons from Mary and Martha: The answer to worry is not to try really hard to stop worrying. It is to be covered in the dust of your rabbi.