The fact that we have a personal relationship with the Creator of the Universe through Jesus Christ is one of the most striking truths that distinguishes Christianity from every other major world religion. We do not worship a wrathful, . . .
These verses reveal a benefit of suffering that is sometimes overlooked, namely, a desire for heaven. How frequently do you consider the Day of Christ and ponder the sound of the trumpet heralding His return? . . .
We all have a choice when it comes to suffering. We may choose between bitterness or holiness as a reaction to suffering. According to Philippians 1:29, God has given us the ability to suffer alongside Jesus in addition to . . . .
This verse contains God’s response to the Apostle Paul’s repeated requests for the removal of the excruciating “thorn in his flesh” that pained him. Paul’s reference to it as “a messenger from Satan sent to . . .
Looking away from our surroundings and toward God is one of the best things we can do to overcome depression, worry, tension, and any other difficult emotion. When we pray to the Father at difficult moments . . .