Whatever my lot, Thou hast taught me to say, It is well; it is well with my soul.
A story I read recently grabbed my attention and made me think about how I am spending my time. I hope it will help you think how you’re spending your time, too.
Even though that phrase sounds like it could have come from the Bible, it doesn’t. Search the Bible as carefully as you can, but you will not find those words.
Modern players don’t just play on diamonds. They can afford to wear them, too!
There is one life-changing reason that is far and away the most important motivation for wanting to go to heaven.
We all have been disappointed by others, but sadly the deepest wounds often come from those who are the closest to us.
The leaders who founded our country believed firmly in a truth that is seldom talked about anymore.
The problem is not that we long for a lot of things. Our problem is HOW we satisfy those longings.
Did Jonah really survive for three days in the stomach of a fish?
Do you claim to follow Jesus? Even though you think you’re on the right path, does your religious life often feel routine and maybe even boring?