Maybe not too difficult for a moment, but it is hard to build our life around confident assurance in invisible evidence.
Sometimes doubting the incredible can not only lead to a suspicious mind, it can leave you out in the cold.
In a recent poll, when adults were asked what they most felt guilty about, a full third (34%) said they felt guilty but didn’t know why.
There are times in life when people just have to take a stand and call out corruption when they see it… and those who benefit from it.
It’s when pride becomes noxious. making those around it nauseous. that you know that pride is no longer good for your health.
Prayer really works. Whether quick and panicked or lingering and intercessory, God does indeed answer prayer.
While it was in the city of Antioch that the title of “Christian” was born, certainly the need for a Redeemer wasn’t born there.
In life, some differences can’t be avoided. But while people may get stuck on labels, in God’s eyes, we’re all the same.
Our journey through God’s Word takes us today to Acts chapter 10, which explains God’s universal acceptance through the Cross.
Looking past the outward is a good lesson for us all and, as we’ll see in today’s reading, it was a good lesson for the apostle Peter as well.
People of high moral conviction who know what’s right... and do it. They’re not hard to spot. One such man was Todd Beamer of Flight 93.
If our faith and focus remain in God, any good that comes of our lives will simply lead others to do the same.
Have you ever noticed how the exact same stimulus can get different reactions from people? Exposure to God’s presence is no different.
People don’t only need to hear it, they want to hear it. An English pastor found it to be true and so did a first-century evangelist.
Ann Mainse tries to clear things up with this devotional and find some hopeful teachings that will help us deal with sin today.
It’s important to note that in running from certain death, they continued to preach the Good News of eternal life.
It's been said that “the world is poor because her treasure is buried in the sky and all her treasure maps are of the earth.” Well, all the maps but One.
If your inner life feels like a dust-bowl, your soul dry and barren, you should know this. You’re in good company.
To redefine it and expand it into a larger, safer, more exciting area of existing. One that can only be found in a loving, personal relationship with God.
As we grow in intimacy with God, we are filled with His precious spirit and changes become beautifully evident.
In theory, it sounds like a good way to refocus and rejuvenate the spirit. But what happens when someone adopts this position as a way of life?
The Cross is God’s Gift to us and this Sincerely Yours devotional is all about how we can accept it and display it proudly.
Recent NFL Hall of Fame inductee, Kurt Warner, provides a good lesson we can all learn from and, in our reading for today, it’s one that two people learned the hard way.
Join Ann Mainse for this Sincerely Yours devotional to learn about the fresh start Jesus can bring to all those who accept Him.
They weren’t theologians or scholars. Yet, we’re told they were filled with God’s Holy Spirit... and that made all the difference.
t’s the name and power of Jesus - our faith in Him -that changes lives in a world He loves so much. And we need to keep pointing people towards that.
There’s a lot to be said for cutting out the complicated excess and focussing on the basics.