The Psalmist paints an interesting portrait of God, our Heavenly Father:
People who are Spiritual But Not Religious may miss out on the true meaning (and inherent benefits) of what we refer to as the Easter season.
Many Christians are familiar with the blessings quoted in Deuteronomy Chapter 28. How do we know that those blessings are for believers in Jesus, and not exclusively for those children of Israel who are under the Old Covenant?
We often face difficulties in life. Would you believe that Jesus Christ also faced difficulties? Obviously, He overcame all of His. You can too with the stuff He use! You see, the word Christ means Anointing. His anointing is available to us through His finished work on the cross.
A lot of people seem to hold this idea of God being the big angry Ruler in the sky, throwing lightning bolts at those who for whatever reason get on His nerves.
Let us consider Gideon, a man of faith, who the Spirit of the Lord was upon to deliver Israel from the oppression of the Medianites. With an army of just 300 men, God gave him victory over all his enemies and through him reconciled all Israel unto Himself (see Judges 6-9). And, also, there was […]
Facing major changes in life can be scary. The vicissitudes of life become even more scary when your long-trusted support system is no more. But there is a more secure system of support: your faith in God.
In times of mass shootings, government shut-downs, international terrorism and children going to bed hungry… it may seem to some that God does not exist. But those who know Him personally can rest assured
The tradition that I grew up in taught that one should never ask God for things. If you were impoverished… be spiritual and suck it up.