Travel back to ancient Jericho. Rumors were flying all around the city that a great army was coming against it. The doors to the city were barred and the walls were fortified with troops.
There’s an innate desire in each of us to do things on our own. And it’s difficult to admit when we can’t accomplish something in our own strength!
When we read the sensational stories in the Bible, sometimes it’s tempting to brush them off as mere fiction . . . rather than accept them as historic events.
A major facet of the Christian life is embracing God’s grace . . . and believing grace fully covers all our sin.
Prayer is deeply personal, especially when we’re pouring our heart out to God. Explore Psalm 51, and it’s profound look at King David’s cry to God for forgiveness.
As followers of Christ, we’ve received the ultimate forgiveness. But what do you do when you can’t let the past go? When you can’t seem to forgive yourself for wrongs you’ve committed?
For most people, the family Bible collects more dust on the shelf than it should. Whether you’re new to faith, or a long-time follower, you'll find encouragement to crack open your Bible and experience the benefits of God’s Word.
Perhaps you’ve tried to read through the Bible, but can’t seem to comprehend what it truly means. Find valuable advice on how to study the Bible on your own.
For several weeks we’ve been learning how to understand the poetic Hebrew language of the Psalms. And now it’s time to hear the poetry of people just like you. Some of it heart-wrenching and some of it filled with joy.
The parable of the prodigal son isn’t just for men and women who have fallen away from the life of faith. It’s also for those of us working through our faith on a daily basis.
Every day represents a decision. Will we choose to follow the counsel of God’s Word? Or will we get lured in by the world, and our own fleeting desires?