When someone has hurt us, it isn’t always easy to forgive. And yet God extends His grace and mercy to us every single day.
No matter how hard we try, we can’t earn our way into God’s good graces. It isn’t our church attendance or how often we pray that defines a life of faith.
There’s a battle that has raged for centuries, between the ideas of the world and the truth of Scripture. Let's hold up the doctrines of Scripture to other religious ideas of the ages.
We enjoy incredible prosperity in this country. And so often our “stuff” distracts us from the promises of God. Let's reflect on the biblical account of Joseph. Getting wrapped up in the material part of life?
In a world of broken vows and shattered expectations, trust is easily dismantled. And because of that, we often allow our distrust of other people to impact our trust in God. Let's look at the biblical story of Joseph.
Is it possible to come to the end of our lives and still have something to look forward to? When health fails and those we love are already gone?
We have an advantage today of seeing the Bible in its entirety. We see the promises God made, as well as their fulfillment. Let's look at the lives of men and women in Scripture who lived by faith, even when they couldn’t see the outcome.