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.
There are times in life when it is hard to praise the Lord and give thanks. Psalm 149 gives us three specific times when we are to give thanks by praising the Lord.
The Thanksgiving holiday provides us the opportunity to take stock of just how richly blessed we are, materially and spiritually. It is when we learn the difficult lesson of contentment that we also learn the true meaning of thanksgiving.
What a great blessing it is to have Jesus our Savior stand before His Father, not to condemn us but to save us.
On a special day in which we honor our Mothers, we learn true beauty of womanhood, “the imperishable quality of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is precious in the sight of God.”
We have gone through a great week of Thanksgiving as a holiday. Who among us will be “one” who returns regularly to give thanks?
As we gather with loved ones Thursday to celebrate our bounty of blessings, let us remember to thank God for His unspeakable gift, His only Son, for what He has done, is doing, and promises to do.
Individuals in our society are always looking for ways to “get ahead.” Perhaps they need to be looking in the direction of poverty to find riches.
Life is unpredictable at best. From this beloved text are principles that help us keep our balance and focus no matter what life may bring. God has given us so many reasons to rejoice.
What a wonderful Lord’s Day for our ten graduating seniors and their parents! We share in your joy and celebration. From the reminder Moses gave the children of Israel to always remember what God had done for them, so we remind our special seniors, and all of us, today.