The first basic element for living in God’s family is to grow in your acquaintance with our heavenly Father. You accomplish this through conversation with him.
“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.
Do these kinds of uncertainties and longings occasionally mingle in your heart? If so, you have reason to hope and to be encouraged.
Adapted from How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian? by Donald S.
“Empathy is a choice,” says research professor Brené Brown, “and it’s a vulnerable choice. In order to connect with you, I have to connect with something in myself that knows that feeling.
by Josh D. McDowell and Sean McDowell, excerpt of More Than a Carpenter.
Many people want to regard Jesus not as God but as a good, moral man or as an exceptionally wise prophet who spoke many profound truths.
We’ll know that the Artist fashioned us just as he desired and that we’ll never lose the health and beauty he’s graciously given us.
by Randy Alcorn, excerpted from Heaven.
Prosperity is completeness, a wholeness we feel because of only one thing—our relationship with Jesus Christ, which meets all our needs, all the time in every way.
Choose how you can experience God’s gift of love and truth daily.
We are told time after time that one of the best things that we can do as Christians is spend time in God’s Word.
Rather than my worried, anxious petitions repeating in my head, I now had something I could grab hold of and pray.