As we think about our generosity, we should think about what the Bible teaches us about what we will take with us when we leave this world.
Why should we make the word of God such a high priority in our lives? There are many great reasons given to us by God for loving the word.
We experience virtually the same kinds of problems today that Christians to whom James was writing faced. We need a faith to live by in the midst of all these problems just like those first century Christians needed.
What does it take to make our Heavenly Father happy? It takes the same kinds of things that make our earthly fathers happy.
Many of us have a hard time thinking about the Spirit of God. It is much easier to identify with a Father and a Son. How do we relate to the Spirit of God?
How important is it to us to be a vibrant, living part of the body of Christ. If we want Christ to live as he would like in our world today, it will be him living through us.
David loved the word of God very much. He gives us good reasons to understand why we also should love God’s word and think about it often.
If we as God’s children are going to evangelize the world in which we live, we are going to have to come to our “senses.” What sense does it take to be an evangelist?
In our culture today as people grow in doubt about God, one of the chief weapons to grow that doubt is to raise the question as to whether a loving, gracious and merciful God could send people away from Him forever into a place of eternal punishment. How fair could that be?
How hard it is to make commitments to the Lord for ourselves, but it is even more difficult to make commitments to keep toward our children. Hannah had such a love for Samuel and for the Lord that she gave us a great example of training for our children.