God’s Truth Is at the Heart of Spiritual Life
God has written his truth on human hearts, in the conscience (Romans 2:15). If truth is spoken graciously, many are drawn to it, instinctively knowing it will fill the moral vacuum they feel. Every heart longs for truth—even the heart that rejects it.
Joy Comes Because Jesus Comes by Max Lucado
Maybe it was the way he said her name. The inflection. The tone. The Galilean accent. Maybe it was the memory associated with it, the moment she first heard someone say her name without demons screaming it in her mind.
The Cross: How Could It Be?
As the writer asks in “O Sacred Head,” how can I possibly express my deep gratitude? I don’t have the words. Humbled, I just murmur “thank you” over and over. I know I can never thank Him enough, never love Him enough, but I want to die trying.
Refuge: Finding Home in a World of Change
In Refuge, the newest 6-part Bible study in our Biblical Character Series, we will see how God used a grieving widow, a faithful foreigner, and a man of standing to show us that ultimately, we find our refuge, our true Home, in Him.
The Life of Trust
God tells us throughout Scripture (50 times in Psalms alone!) to trust Him. Because God is trustworthy, we can live a life of trust in Him.
Love Comes First
"So how do we love God? The theology, the works, and the feelings will come. They are good—but only after the devotion. Love always comes first."
Why This May Be the Most Offensive Verse in the Bible by Trevin Wax
"I’m convinced that there’s one Bible verse that, when rightly understood, proves most offensive to people whose sensibilities have been shaped by Western notions of inclusivity and freedom."
It’s Not Too Late by Max Lucado
My thoughts tend to stray. I may be on a highway, but mentally, I’m in a distant land. Consequently, I miss exits, forget to turn, or stray off course. The children of Israel made the same mistake.
No Ordinary Love
Jesus loved us and gave Himself as an offering. He considered His momentary human feelings of no account; a higher consideration than self took Him to the cross.