Often the reason we can pick out certain faults in others is because we struggle with those very same issues.
With the help of calendars, we map out our schedule for the days and weeks to come. So how can we plan ahead without bringing additional worry and anxiety to today? Insight from Matthew, chapter 6.
When we agonize over a situation—whether it’s financial, relational, or medical—we usually have a good reason to worry! Don’t miss the real-life application from Matthew 6.
Illnesses like influenza, smallpox, and bubonic plague have all been national epidemics at some time in history. Be here for the diagnosis of the spiritual sickness that is affecting Americans on a much larger scale.
There may be some people who argue that God always wants us to be healthy and wealthy, but is that what the Bible teaches?
A good ambassador will faithfully promote the priorities of their native country, all while living on foreign soil. Insightful lessons from the book of Matthew.
As followers of Christ, we’re called to pursue God’s righteousness. But what does that really mean? See how reflecting God’s righteousness makes a lasting impact on the world around you.
Every day we juggle the responsibilities of work, church, family, and friends. And at times, it’s difficult to know how best to prioritize! Let's explore Jesus’ charge to “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness.”
Are there limits to God’s provision? The answer may surprise you! Let's turn once again to Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.
Whether it’s the loss of a job or a crushing diagnosis, bad news comes to both Christians and non-Christians alike. Yet, followers of Christ are called to respond to difficulties, well, differently.
When we’re driving on the highway, we need to keep our eyes on the road ahead. So, as we journey through life, and steer around worries and anxieties, where should our focus be?
Can worrying make you taller? How about add another year to your life? Sounds pretty silly, right? Let's study Matthew chapter 6, verse 27, to understand Jesus’ teaching on worry, and how it relates to our height, our lifespan, and our day-to-day living.
In His Sermon on the Mount, Jesus promised to supply all of our needs. But what about our wants? Are they part of the agreement as well?