The Importance of Saying "AMEN"

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."

What does the Bible say about Sorrow and Grief?

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.

Blessing in the City

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.

How to Handle Pride

Pride causes us to think that we can manage life's situations ourselves and make our own plans.

22 Bible Verses on Patience

Patience might seem doable, until you are put to the test! Life is full of moments which can only be overcome by faith and patience, and you will be enabled with the power of God's word.

Pleasing Sacrifice

Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise—the fruit of lips that openly profess his name. And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased. Hebrews 13:15-16

The Danger of a Hardening Heart

The way to a hardened heart is gradual. It begins with unbelief - that is, hearing but not accepting all or part of God's Word as true.

Law in the Heart

The law of his God is in his heart; none of his steps shall slide. (Psalm 37:31)

What is the prayer of salvation?

It is important to remember that salvation is not received by reciting a prayer or uttering certain words. The Bible nowhere records a person's receiving salvation by a prayer. Saying a prayer is not the biblical way of salvation.