Forever with the Lord! Amen! so let it be, Life from the dead is in that word, 'Tis immortality.
Millions of people in Africa are experiencing chronic hunger and the threat of famine. Conflict, recurring severe drought, and high food prices are to blame. People are starving to death - right now.
The first thing to consider in how to overcome habitual sin is to note the change, or transformation, that takes place when a person is saved.
It is good for a man that he bear the yoke in his youth. (Lamentations 3:27)
Everyone was shocked. Whenever I told people my church had kicked me out, they unanimously expressed outrage.
"That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being conformed to His death."-Philippians 3:10;
"It shall come to pass, that at evening time it shall be light" (Zechariah 14:7).
I found myself spiraling down into self-pity over how hard my life has been, and how easy life seems to be for so many people around me.
Prophets had the responsibility of telling the people what the Lord revealed to them. Similarly, we're to share with others what we learn from God's Word.
Open Doors is launching a global campaign to bring hope to the Middle East and needs you to be a part of it.
Although we may not know why natural disasters occur, the biblical truths we do know with absolute certainty allow us to trust the Lord even in times of great suffering.
When Christians say "amen" at the end of our prayers, we are following the model of the apostles, asking God to "please let it be as we have prayed."
Sorrow (and grief) is something we all experience some time in our lives, and it can be the most difficult time to overcome. How can you deal with your pain and keep going forward? Only God's word can give us the satisfying comfort that will heal our soul.
Having the right perspective while praying for your future spouse is very important. Do not let stress or anxiety overwhelm you, but put your value system in order.
Is the devil outwitting you?
A blessing in the city may not make us great, but it will keep us good; it may not make us rich, but it will preserve us honest.
Sometimes we pray for a long time about big things, like a health issue or a prodigal child or a difficult work situation, and things don't get better. We wonder if God's been paying attention.