Satan’s goal is to separate us from God. This is how we can stop him.
Only God is able to judge righteously, and we should leave all judgment to Him!
“… he who has suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin.” These are well-known words, but do we actually understand what that means for us in our day-to-day lives?
When Jesus said, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted,” He gave us a truly phenomenal promise!
It isn’t the knowledge that Christ was crucified for us that people are enemies of; it isn’t the physical cross on Calvary.
The parable in John 15 can seem a bit abstract. Jesus is the vine, we are the branches, and God is the vinedresser. What does this all mean?
The story of Ruth and Naomi is well known. Have you ever thought of how it could apply to your life?
Every individual has both a soul and a spirit, given by God. What separates the two, and how do they affect us?
The story of Deborah – prophetess and judge in Israel – is a powerful example of how faith in action works!
Romans 7:14-25 does not describe a non-believer, or a believer that is living according to the flesh. It describes a victorious disciple.