The answer that Jesus gave them must have been puzzling. He said they only needed faith that was as big as a mustard seed.
We can only have an appetite for knowing God after we admit that we have been filling ourselves with the empty, worthless sin of this world.
What exactly does God expect of us? There could be no greater tragedy than to discover too late that we failed to understand what God wants. Jesus warned us about this in Matthew 7:13-14.
This prayer is important because it gives us a pattern, or an outline, to follow when we pray.
You are curious about what this apparently peaceful teacher has done to deserve such hateful treatment.
The Bible has a lot to say about the joy of doing what God wants us to do.
We read in the Bible about a “bounce test” that the Apostle Peter endured.
From time to time, God stirs up our familiar “nest” and makes uncomfortable what used to be comfortable.
Technology gives us more ways to reach out to other people than ever before in the history of the world.
Prayer, talking to God, only becomes an enjoyable experience when we are close to Him.