When our souls, like Christ’s, are overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death, we do not necessarily pray like Jesus.
Pete Greig writes an honest book about unanswered prayer to help anyone who is hurting find a little comfort and a few answers.
Those who no longer participate in the pleasures of this world may suffer for that choice, but God will vindicate them.
Christians have a powerful adversary, the devil. But he can be resisted, and God’s promises are trustworthy.
God makes us like Jesus and then uses us to build his temple.
The Lord displays his love to us through his kindness and through his discipline.
The Lord desires our private affections over our public performances.
We cannot get from shame to grace without going through the cross.
If God could accept a criminal on the cross, God can readily accept us whatever our imperfections or wrongdoing.
In examining the Lord's Prayer, we learn that prayer begins with God, not with us or with our needs.