The Gospel of Matthew focuses on Jesus as God’s Wisdom come in person (Immanuel) and as a wise teacher.
We cannot live into God’s full salvation and continue forward in our spiritual journey toward Christlikeness without sanctification.
We will experience the imprisonment and torture of bitterness if we fail to forgive as God has forgiven us.
God does not ask us to do what he himself has not already done. God has given us the resources to love.
The gods were personified sources of power that reflected the breadth of humanity, including its best and more often its worst attributes.
Your home is a domestic church, which is a term the early church used to describe the connection between the church and the family and our daily rituals.
God has spoken to us in the person of Jesus Christ, and God still speaks through the revelation of his word in the Bible.
As Creator, the Lord serves as eternal guardian over all aspects of our lives.
Three of the Holy Spirit's key works give us the power to fulfill the Greatest Commandment: to love God and to love others.