Fear hinders us from becoming the people God wants us to be.
As Christians, we know that fear should have no place in our lives, but how can we ignore what's going on around us?
The Father reveals His treasures to us so that we can share them with others.
Job was a man who certainly knew trouble and temptation.
Focusing on Christ is neither a natural reaction nor an easy one.
God loves us, and He gracefully and gently builds our confidence in Him.
Can you see how something as subtle as a lack of confidence can have a debilitating effect on one's life?
Each disobedience to God affects not only the sinner but also countless others in both the present and the future.
God is always at work in our lives.
A trustworthy conscience is programmed with scriptural teaching.
Once the story of Joseph's life was written in full, it was clear that everyone who harmed or neglected the young man contributed to God's plan.
...able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart (Heb. 4:12). Since spiritual discernment is the ability to see life from God's perspective, it requires that we know how He thinks and acts.
Every challenging call to obedience is a fork in the road of our lives.
The danger of impatience is that we might miss the Lord’s perfect plan and His blessing.
As the writer of Hebrews warned, if we do not pay attention to what we have heard, we will drift away from it.
The Word of God assures us that our Father hears our cries and responds.
A faith barrier is made up of attitudes that short-circuit our trust and prevent us from obeying the Lord's will.
Growth is impossible without God, regardless of our efforts.
Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works (Matt. 5:16). On this Independence Day, consider the question: how do you use the gift of freedom?
Growing in Christ involves far more than just attending church, tithing, and listening to a sermon.
Waiting on God is an important spiritual discipline in our walk of faith.