In reading through the Scriptures, we see that every time one of God's saints gains a victory, he or she is waiting and trusting in the Lord.
In His Word, God commands us to serve one another.
Followers of Christ should seek a godly response to disappointments they face.
Jesus commanded that we serve one another, but obeying this mandate in humility is not natural for us.
"Grace provides us with everything we need to live in perfect freedom." ~Charles Stanley
As believers, we are obligated to carry out Christ’s Great Commission.
When Jesus left His home in heaven, He didn't come to earth to be a superstar. He came to serve.
Feeling inadequate is not a sin, but using it as an excuse is.
What three goals would you set for your life if you knew that you could achieve them?
The Word of God is our compass throughout life.
No one likes criticism, but encountering some is inevitable, so we need to learn how to respond in a godly way.
When they bring you before the synagogues and the rulers and the authorities, do not worry about how or what you are to speak in your defense (Luke 12:11). We don't have to react to criticism with anger and self-protection the way the world does.
The United States of America was founded on biblical principles with the intent to guarantee freedom of worship.
One of our responsibilities as part of God's household is to come alongside a brother or sister who has stumbled.
The Lord has provided a way for Christians to do the impossible.
As mothers and fathers, we are given a momentous task: to model and teach how to live according to God's Word.
Because we are sinful people, we sin. It's that simple.
To serve others before serving yourself is to practice authentic Christianity.
In giving us children, God places us in a position of both leadership and service.
"For who has known the mind of the Lord that he may instruct him?" But we have the mind of Christ (1 Cor. 2:16). We can understand why those without Christ are unable to comprehend biblical concepts, but why do those who know Him struggle?
Jesus made it clear that we would endure hardship in this life.