From this week’s daily Bible reading comes two touching stories of the Lord’s power to heal all illnesses and raise the dead. In both cases, the demonstration of faith by those helped made all the difference.
The Hebrew writer is telling his audience that he is expecting a “better life for them and from them.” May that be our expectation as we read and study regularly.
As the children of God, we see what is invisible, we feel what is untouchable, and we believe what most would say is unbelievable. The question is, “Why?”
The incarnation, the visit of God to earth in the person of Jesus, is the central point of human history and the heart of the gospel message, the greatest story ever told.
Have you ever thought what life would be like if Jesus had not come into the world? After considering such a thought, we would not want to be in a world where Jesus had never been.
Not everyone who claims to be religious is. In this text, James provides three tests for the reality of our religion, both individually and congregationally.
Paul claims all things are new for those who are “in Christ.” What does this mean, and how do we apply this dynamic truth?
Why is blood so important in God’s plan of redemption? Why was the shedding of Jesus’ blood essential for our salvation?
Our theme for this quarter on our Bible reading card is “We Are Love-Centered.” What does that mean to us as we come together to worship and as we live our lives every day?
When we consider what it means to be lost eternally, surely we hope to be saved from our sins.