Before His crucifixion, Jesus prayed for Himself (but not for what you’d think), His apostles and for US! Are we answering His prayer?
The apostle Peter reminds his readers of the divine privilege of becoming and being a people for God’s own possession. What did that mean for them, and what does it mean for us?
It is both a comforting and sobering truth that our Lord could appear at any moment. What should we know, and even more important, what should we do?
Solomon sought meaning and purpose to life in four wrong pursuits. From his experience, he gives us the benefit of what he learned, the conclusion to the whole matter.
Following Paul’s discussion of the whole armor of God, he concludes with a reminder that we have within our power the strongest weapon God provides in our spiritual battle with the world.