Jesus made it clear that, above all else, God wants and deserves our affection, not just displays of external religion.
I want to include an important warning. God’s promise in Romans 8:28 does NOT apply to everyone.
You may be wondering why we should study a book that was written over 2,000 years ago. Can we even know if Luke’s account of the life of Christ is reliable after all these many years?
Doesn’t it feel good when you can make a difference in someone else’s life? Although it’s nice when someone does something to help us, it feels even better when we can help someone who needs it.
We need a hope that is real, and we need it now!
How frustrating to try to fit all the pieces together, when you don’t even know what picture it is supposed to make when you’re finished.
The day Corrie Ten Boom forgave her captor, she felt like a heavy burden had been lifted from her heart. It left her with a feeling of exuberance.
Thankfully, a solution to feeling isolated is available, and we don’t have to wait for a vaccine!
God tests our faith, and sometimes those tests feel like acid. He wants us to know that our faith is real, and He wants us to show that to the world around us.
Learning who is actively in charge of this world explains a lot of the brokenness we see around us now, doesn’t it?