We enjoy celebrating special occasions and accomplishments, such as anniversaries, graduations, and weddings. But what about when someone repents and comes home?
As parents, we know the heartache that comes when a child has chosen the wrong path. Whether they’ve walked away from the faith, or are simply making poor choices, we long for them to return to the safety of our home.
Repentance is a term frequently used in Christian circles. But how many of us really understand what repentance means?
Nobody sets out deliberately to get lost. You just go along making choices until suddenly you look around and wonder how you got here.
Whether you have a son or daughter who has left the faith, or you can relate to the son who stayed at home, the profound teaching of the Prodigal Son has struck a chord in men and women’s hearts for centuries.
The stories Jesus told were more than entertainment. They were meaningful lessons, intended to teach people about God’s character and priorities.
The term repentance is a sobering one. For some, it’s a reminder of past deeds long covered up. For others, it’s a refreshing reminder of the freedom found in a relationship with God.
If you’ve ever overreacted to something, and regretted it later, you’ve probably spent some time trying to figure out why you lost control.
Discover The Difference Between Our Attitudes And Actions, And How They Affect Our Relationship With God Part 36
It’s the matters of the heart, the stuff no one else sees, that are most important to God.
None of us is perfect, and there are times when each of us betray our Savior in one way or another. An important discussion about the Last Supper.