God’s work is not accomplished by our might or our power, but by the Holy Spirit. Have you yielded to His leadership in your life?
This passage is often used to criticize Peter. But why did he get out of the boat in the first place? What made him think it was safer outside of the boat than inside?
The Prophet Nathan used the death of a lamb as a convicting analogy over David’s great sin. God’s perfect Lamb, Jesus Christ, was killed by wicked people, you and me.
Most of the focus of this passage is either on the woman taken in adultery, or on what Jesus wrote in the dust. Most overlook the fact that Jesus offered forgiveness to all who had sinned, but only one responded.
God is working all things together for the good of His children because of who He is.
In the Christian life, God’s special presence with us may be withdrawn for a season due to our sin. Pastor Brad explains how to restore the close fellowship we once had with Jesus.
Most of the time we look down on “Doubting” Thomas. But is there another perspective we might be missing?
Paul went through a severe storm at sea, similar to a hurricane. God used that storm to show his power and to use Paul to reach hundreds of unsaved people with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Is God working in a similar manner in and through the storms America is currently facing?
Christians often say, “Jesus is all I need,” but do we really live like we believe that? Is Jesus enough to handle our problems in our marriage, finances, children, career, school, faith, and more?
While solar eclipses aren’t rare, the manner in which this one is occurring in America is similar to eclipses in 1776 and 1918 (during World War I).