Ever since Adam and Eve believed Satan’s lies, evil has corrupted the good world God created. But our story doesn’t end there!
The underlying implication of praying “Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in Heaven” Part 42
If we merely glance over Scripture, we sometimes miss the nuances and heart of the message. Let's continue our study of the Lord's Prayer.
Why would a good God allow evil to run rampant in the world? It’s a difficult question to answer! While God is not the cause of evil, He can work through it to accomplish His good plans.
The Lord’s Prayer is the most-repeated liturgy in the Bible. But what do you do when the words become so common that they lose their meaning?
When sorrows pile up and painful circumstances abound, it can seem downright impossible to pray God’s will be done.
A good novel has a captivating start, a page-turning middle, and a thrilling end. And the narrative of history is no different!
Time and again, self-proclaimed prophets have predicted the day of Jesus’ return. But as the determined day comes and goes, the “prophets” are proved wrong!
It’s human nature to have a keen sense of fairness. Hard work deserves a favorable outcome. But when the promotion doesn’t come, our sense of fairness is slighted.
If we’re completely honest with ourselves, most of us have wondered "What’s in it for me?", even when contemplating following Jesus Christ. We don’t like to admit it, but it’s a natural question that arises particularly when we’re facing tough times. Let's attempt to answer this interesting query.
Let’s be honest, when we’ve done something good we want a pat on the back. Even in spiritual matters, it’s hard not to expect God to reward us for our work! An insightful discovery about God's grace.