God created human beings with an inherent passion to worship and serve. Therefore, we will worship and serve someone or something—and this is where habitual sin comes in.
Do you hunger for more—more from life, more from yourself, more from God?
Christians can choose to receive what God offers, so that there can be in our lives reflections of the very nature of God.
Sometimes God grants victory over our enemies, but our task is to have faith even if his will is different for us.
We live and produce divine fruit only because of our attachment to him, but it is through us that his fruit is picked by the world.
Sin may satisfy temporal desires, but virtue satisfies our deeply felt divine longings.
As we grow, we should be able to handle more significant challenges. And as we face them, we should find it easier and easier to overcome them.
Jesus asked that God would glorify him in the last hour so that he could finish his task of glorifying God on earth by completing the work God had given him.
To deny ourselves would be to deny those basic worldly, sinful impulses that seem so attractive to us on their surface.
As Christians have reflected on Hebrews 1:8-9, they have seen a glimpse of the divinity of Jesus, just as we also see a glimpse of his humanity.