What happens when how we think God should be like is different than who God really is? How do we respond when God reveals himself in a way that is different than what we expect?
The return of Christ is imminent. Like many who ignored the warnings given in the days of Noah, it’s easy for people now to ignore the coming of Jesus. Are you prepared for Jesus’ return?
What happens when God does things that doesn’t make sense? How do you respond to God’s plans when they don’t line up with your plans?
A cross seems like a bad example of power. And yet God, in his wisdom, chose to display a kind of power through the cross that is astounding.
From the story of when Isaac blessed his son, we can find several important blessings that we as Fathers can give to our children. These blessings are given to us by our Heavenly Father as well.
Paul warns the church about the dangers of division within the church family. What were they fighting over? What were the effects of their division? And how do they recover from it?
God has given us many riches because of his grace toward us. As saints, we have riches that affect our past, present, and future. What are those riches? And are we living as ones who are rich in those graces?
Paul begins his letter to the Corinthian church reminding them of who he is in Jesus and who they are in Jesus.
We are beginning our study of 1 Corinthians. Today, we see the overarching theme throughout the letter: that as a body of believers in Jesus, we are to be built up together by seeing all of life through the lens of the Gospel.
Being a mom is a tough job. There are many expectations and pressures that get placed on her. There are times when being a mom is a heavy burden to bear. For every mom who bears this heavy burden, Jesus offers great peace and comfort.