Sometimes work can feel like a burden, but it’s beneficial because it provides for our daily needs. In the same way, it may feel like a burden to work for Christ. But when we’re obedient, God faithfully and graciously provides for us in return.
When we complete our workweek we want to receive what we deserve, a week’s paycheck. It’s a just reward for what we’ve done.
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.
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.
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.
When our head aches and throbs, we instinctively reach for a bottle of aspirin. We look for instant relief from momentary pain.
A poet once wrote, “Into each life some rain must fall.” It’s an accurate observation, but when the storms roll into our own lives, how do we respond? A conversation with Gay Hubbard, author of the book, “More Than an Aspirin.”
The diagnosis of a serious illness can make us feel isolated and forgotten by God. Life seems to change in a single moment. Find encouragement for your situation as Mart interviews Ed Dobson.
A “Discover the Word” listener in Casper, Wyoming, wanted to know if once you’ve accepted Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior and turned your life over to His leadership, is it possible to lose that salvation?
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!