Life isn’t perfect. Flights are delayed, weather interrupts our work schedule, and our best-laid plans are often fouled up. So how do you handle those uncontrollable events in your life?
Can we truly believe the ancient promises of God still apply to our lives today? Let's examine Hebrews 11 to determine if the promises in the Bible are meant for today.
When you receive a personal letter from a friend, the words are treasured. But sometimes it’s the thought behind the letter, those unwritten messages that really touch you deeply. Let's uncover the motivation and purpose behind the words we read in the Bible.
Reflecting on those who have gone before us and how God fulfilled His promises in extraordinary ways
Has God proved Himself faithful in your life? Perhaps you’re waiting for Him to fulfill a promise at this very moment.
You’ve heard the saying, “I’ll believe it when I see it!” It’s difficult to believe the impossible until you can see it with your own eyes.
Interpreting the Bible and applying it to our lives can sometimes be a tricky assignment. You’ll appreciate the clarity that comes to some fairly foggy issues.
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.
Nobody’s perfect. We all make mistakes and blunders daily. Think your sins outweigh the good you’ve done?
Think you’re not good enough to earn God’s love? The truth is, none of us is good enough! It’s only the grace of God that gives us any hope beyond the grave.
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?
It’s the hope of every Christian parent to instill faith in their child. We want to teach them through our actions and words to trust God’s promises!
The God-given responsibility entrusted to moms and dads includes caring for a child’s physical, emotional and spiritual development. Unfortunately, in our fast-paced lifestyles, providing spiritual guidance and nourishment takes a back seat to basic necessities.