When the nation of Israel was exiled to Babylon, Jeremiah gave the Jewish leaders unexpected direction. He said, "Seek the peace of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf; for in its peace you will have peace." Listen in as we continue our series on Acts 17.
In a world of religious options, many people are questioning Christianity. And as we try to represent our faith, we may be tempted to disparage other faiths. Join us on "Discover the Word" today as our special guest Dr. Sid Buzzell investigates how to promote biblical faith.
When it comes to generosity, fear often holds us back. Can we still provide for ourselves if we give some of what we have away? Let's look at the freedom of living generously. It's a radical change in perspective!
You don't have to be a millionaire to be rich in good deeds! In fact, God has a special assignment for those He has blessed. So, how can we be generous?
An experienced farmer knows there are seasons when crops flourish in the open air, and seasons when all growth happens underground. Even in our cold seasons, God is still at work, cultivating the fruits of Spirit.
Even a bottle labeled “fruit juice” can contain a large amount of artificial fruit flavors. It proves we can be easily fooled by inferior imitations. Let's play the part of produce inspectors and look for evidence that what is happening in our lives is 100 percent fruit of the Spirit!
Whether it’s taking another slice of chocolate cake, or losing our temper when frustrated, self-control can be difficult to maintain. But it’s a virtue we all need! Our study of the fruit of the Spirit continues.
By the world’s standards, gentleness is a weakness, not a virtue! We’ve been taught it’s imperative we stand up for ourselves. Discover that biblical gentleness is not a sign of being feeble—it’s the foundation of true strength! We’re talking about one of the fruits of the Spirit.