It’s only when we truly understand that we’re sinners . . . personally . . . without anyone else to blame . . . that we can stop hiding and come to God for mercy. It’s when we relinquish our weaknesses to God that true freedom can be found!
The Bible says, “All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God.” None of us are exempt from sin.
We all want to look good to those around us. We sometimes dress to impress people and even show-off our jobs or cars . . . positioning ourselves around anything or anyone that will make us look good.
If you’ve ever tried to live life on your own terms . . . then you know the heartache of living apart from God’s will.
A young man wrote the favorite Christmas carol, "Angels from the Realms of Glory," during a time when slavery and oppression ran rampant. When two countries were at odds, this young revolutionary published a poem that inspired peace in the land.
It’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of life, the deadlines and schedules. And too often we forget to stop and focus our attention on God.
Each of us have sins that hinder us from running the race of life. Perhaps it’s a negative attitude, or a habit you just can’t seem to break. Let's take the challenge to seriously look at our own lives.
Every one of us has quirks, unique personality traits that define us. And sometimes, those issues get in the way of a productive and healthy life.
Is there something that’s taken first place in your life? Something other than believing God and the truth of His Word?
The life of faith is often compared to a long distance race. It’s a marathon, of sorts, marked by endurance.