God gave Paul a thorn in the flesh. It was a gift. How do you view your calamity or adversity?
It is good and it is pleasant, but it is also costly.
The just man falls seven times and then gets up yet again. The successful Christian life requires you to get up when you have failed.
Here in Isaiah 55 we have invitations extended to those who want to climb a little higher in their spiritual life, to those who are obedient but desire a new freshness in their walk, and to those whose heart is growing cold and indifferent.
This is the bookend to the Sunday Morning Message on Psalm 86. Here we find the wonderful prayer promise of “tokens”.
The Psalmist lists thirteen things you should remember about our God.
The “Lord’s Prayer” is only one-third of how Jesus responds to this request from the disciples.
Paul uses a unique word to challenge us to addict ourselves to the ministry. Have you ever considered becoming an “addict” for the cause of Christ?
An encouraging look at our Shepherd and how He deals with us.
Ever wonder why some folks get saved, but never seem to do anything for the Lord?