Although we live in the twenty-first century, we still can see the widespread worship of false idols. Some worship the idols of money, houses, power, and position.
The greatest gift in the darkness of our struggles will be our dying to the false god of our particular expectations we have for resolution and releasing our struggle to the God who is raised from the dead who goes ahead of us.
The celebration of the Lord's Supper is not about approaching with the right thoughts and feelings. It's all about embracing Jesus himself.
Pride clouds our vision of ourselves. No, it's worse than that. Pride blinds us to our own depravity.
Revelation requires "eyes that see" and "ears that hear." To perceive divine revelation requires a pliable heart and a humble mind.
The Christian faith is not about increasing one's dedication. It's about undivided devotion; abandoning oneself to God in love.
Kingdom of God people are those who redefine principle and power in the light of holy love.
The psalm reminds us that as wonderful as it is to witness these dramatic events, redemption is no laughing matter.
To be attentive to the signs of the end times is to live completely, wholeheartedly and joyfully alive to the Father, abiding in the Life of Jesus through the gift of the Holy Spirit.
The Word of God is living and active because the God of the Word is living and active.