Whether it’s around the world where you may be expected to eat rat or lizard, or simply across the street where all you’ll have to do is to swallow your pride, the words of Jesus are clear.
Unpolished as we may be in this “serving others mentality,” it’s the Master, Jesus, who surrounds us and embellishes our lives with patience, humility, and kindness.
When we encourage others with our words, we’re giving a gift that can last a lifetime. In the book, Stories For The Heart, the true story submitted by teacher Sister...
There’s a song that says, “All you need is love,” and it’s true... almost. All you need is God’s love. And there IS a difference.
There’s a lot we can learn from those of the past. Things like working hard, loving deeply, and forgiveness.
True convictions. Beliefs you "know" you will stand by no matter the circumstance. Those aren’t very common in our "politically correct" world where “preference”...
There’s a lot to be learned from her amazing life. And when viewed beside the words of the apostle Paul, there may be even more than we’d imagined.
Does life really have to get so complicated? That's what we'll explore on this episode of Sincerely Yours as we continue our devotional series in Romans chapter 10.
Instead of seeing the Law as a demonstration of righteousness, they were using it as a means to righteousness, creating their own method of being right with God.
On this Sincerely Yours podcast devotional, we'll explore a few different decision makers and see if we can learn from them to help us with our own choices in life.
There’s just something about a parent’s love. From the moment you become one, life and love are never the same again.
For many Bible scholars, the book of Romans is considered to be the greatest book in the Bible. They also consider chapter 8 the “high-water mark” and verse 28 the...
Through our intrinsic sinful nature, we’ve inherited a “garage-full” of sin. And then, during the renovations of our lives, we’ve added our own contribution to the mess.
As we’re reading Romans chapter seven, the apostle Paul is telling the Roman believers, and us, that we are not to depend on the Law to “cover” our sins, only to...
We’re all slaves to something, Paul says in chapter six; whatever we choose to obey becomes our master. And we don’t have to look too hard to find the “master” of the...
Explore this immeasurable love from God, as well as the incredible story of the parents of a young college student... and his killer… who was also his best friend.
With a long family history of breast cancer, she’s the first in her family to make a personal commitment to Jesus and now gives her own daughter a legacy of hope.
As we’re journeying through the book of Romans, perhaps the hinge-pin for all we will learn is one single verse in chapter 5.
In today's culture, it’s so easy to get caught up in “what we do” and “what we earn because of what we do.”
In today’s upside-down society, the truth comes in all shapes and sizes depending on what’s in vogue.
On this episode of Sincerely Yours with Ann Mainse, learn that intimacy with the unseen Presence of God is available to all of us.
Turning on the newscast can be overwhelming at times as evil is rampant. It is all around us, but that’s why we need to “turn on” creation.
Today in our journey through the New Testament, we begin the book of Romans. The entire book is a letter from the apostle Paul to the Christian church in Rome.
William Carey once made the statement, “Attempt great things for God, expect great things from God.” That's exactly what we'll learn on this episode of Sincerely Yours.
For the most part, its consequences are minimal. But this Sincerely Yours podcast shows that sometimes “conclusion jumping” can be costly.
Like Paul, are you searching for God’s plan in the storm? No matter where you are, maybe you just need to stand still. Be quiet. Know that He is God.
Things wouldn’t be so bad if hard times came with an attached summary of “the things you will learn as a result of this storm.”