Death always looms dark and foreboding. Though we all try to ignore it, we still know it remains 100% certain for all of us.
God has made us social beings. That’s why we feel a need to share our experiences with others. Watching a funny show, for example, just isn’t as funny if we don’t have anyone to share it with.
Why did Jesus ask such an obvious question? Who wouldn’t want to be rid of a terrible condition?
The more you get to know God’s thoughts, the better equipped you will be to “Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for Him….” (Psalm 37:7).
How can we find God’s goodness in the midst of our present, scary pestilence?
There is one deadline we all face that is unavoidable and more important than any other deadline.
There are a lot of things we need protection from that are beyond the ability of any military power.
Common Core says that all moral judgments, belief in God and even the Ten Commandments are just opinions.
If you want to know right now, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that you and God have a loving relationship, here is a test we all can apply to ourselves.
In the Bible, we find essential truths that must characterize worship that pleases God regardless of the culture.