The Lord calls us and empowers us to love others like he does. Open our hearts and homes to others (Matthew 5:43-47; Romans 12:13; Hebrews 13:2; 1 Peter 4:9).
We have been saved, we are being saved, and we will be saved (Eph. 2:5; 1 Cor. 1:18; Rom. 5:9-10).
Discover how to lovingly unpack some verses to help people understand the seriousness of sin while sharing the good news of the gospel (Matthew 1:21; Romans 3:23-24).
The attributes of the invisible God clearly seen through His creation ought to flow out in honor and thanksgiving (Rom. 1:18-25).
How can we make it not knowing all the answers? Obey God in what you know, and trust Him in the things you don't (Eccl. 7:15-29; Luke 6:47; 1 Peter…
Good times are often deceptive, but during times of adversity God is often greatly at work, molding us into His image (Eccl. 7:1-14; Rom. 5:2-5).
Good times and bad times seem to come to everyone, regardless of their faithfulness to God (Eccl. 3:1-15; Romans 8:28-30).
Death is not our friend; we're meant for more. The death and resurrection of Jesus has direct implications for us the resurrection is a transformative event. Everyone will be resurrection…
We have the imprint of natural law within us according to the character of our Creator (Romans 1:18, 2:14-15, 3:23, 5:1; Isaiah 48:22).
Human beings are a vessel made to contain God (Ecclesiastes 2:1-17, 3:11; Romans 9:23, Ephesians 3:14-19).