Suffering is one common denominator that we all share. In fact, suffering is one of the most common factors that lead people away from God, but yet He tells us to count our suffering as a blessing. What good can even come from suffering? Let us join together and search the Word of God to…
One of the difficult cultural problems Christianity is facing is homosexuality. How do you plan to respond to it?
No matter what happens in our world today or even around us at home, school, work, etc., some choose to focus on the worst possible case. They seem to be only looking for the “bad” and focus on that and therefore many times will fail to see the “good.”
In a culture that increasingly calls good evil and evil good, we are called to stand up and stand firm against every form of evil. Paul provides a five-step formula for doing so faithfully and effectively.
Does Scripture contradict itself? If so, how can I trust it? Is it really inspired? These questions are raised when we read what both Paul and James say about faith and works.
When doubt threatens to invade our faith, we are in good company based upon today’s text. For all of his faith, the day came when John the Baptizer questioned whether or not Jesus was the Christ, the One for whom he had prepared the way. What can we learn from John’s doubt, and how Jesus…
When we truly look at the Christ, it is truly amazing what we can see.
How often do we say, “Patience is a virtue,” yet fail in showing patience? Today’s text is rich in providing instruction for how to grow in patience toward people, circumstances, ourselves, and especially, the Lord.