Jesus rarely got angry and never aggressive, with one exception. When worship is interrupted by the din of business, Jesus pulls out a whip and shows us how much He cares about His Father's honor. Are we honoring His Father like He did? Are we helping others do the same? ...
A few days before His death, Jesus cleared out the Temple court. He knocked over tables, scattered coins everywhere, and used a whip to drive away the animals and their merchants. What made Him so angry? We see from this passage how deeply Jesus cares about worship, and how...
Follow Jesus! He is your Good Shepherd who knows you, cares for you, and protects you forever. He alone can direct your life and lead you into abundant and eternal life.
When we sin, we face a choice: hide it or confess it. One brings sorrow; the other brings blessing. Discover the way to a blessed life.
The greatest antidote to discontent and anxiety is to remember God's character. We see God's loyal love reflected in creation, in history, and in the free gift of salvation. Psalm 136 reminds us, over and over again, that His love endures forever.
So often we stand at the crossroads making a decision on which way to go. God graciously gives wisdom and direction when we seek Him.
God's timing is not always easy to follow. We have all encountered setbacks, struggles and barriers in life. Join us as we look at how to overcome the barriers to faithfulness through the life of Caleb.
In Mark 3 Jesus explains the defining quality of what true disciples of God must do, prompting us to ask the question, "Are we living as false followers or faithful followers?"
Romans 8:28 is often used to comfort those in the midst of trial, to encourage them that everything will work out alright. Is this an accurate understanding of the passage? What does it mean for Christians to affirm that God will work all things together for good?
There is no higher privilege or calling than to worship and serve the one, true God. Are we giving Him the honor due to His name?