Just how great are the blessings that God offers to those who have chosen a path that took them far away from Him?
While God works through His people, He really doesn't need us to avenge Him.
Are you ready to be rescued from a bad situation, even if it means you might have to do something about it?
Do we need to do any housecleaning, today?
What can Joshua's leadership teach us?
Let's take a look at the last recorded act of leadership by Joshua.
Aren't you glad that Jesus didn't have to campaign in order to receive His authority and power?
Which parts of our life need to be given over to Jesus' lordship?
What can we learn from questions that we can't answer?
What can we learn about being a good friend, from some examples of not-so-great friends in the Bible? (Notes for a "remotely-taught" Sunday School lesson, June 7, 2020.)
Once we realize our sinful situation, the reason for Jesus' death to pay for our sins becomes clear. However, why is His subsequent resurrection so important?
A Christmas poem
When we don't have a printed version of the Bible handy, today's technology offers us many alternatives.
What do all the little notes and formats mean when we read the Bible? Here's a quick overview.
So, how do we pray? What do we need to do in order to talk with God?
We are invited to make requests of God. If one of those requests is for His wisdom, I believe that we can better align what we ask for with His will.
Praying may seem challenging at first, but given time and practice - and maybe a little help - we can make it as natural as other skills that we don't even think about anymore.
God sends out His message to us in many ways, if we choose to look without preconceptions.
Although we can pray to God at any time, sometimes it is helpful to have a few specific situations to start with.
Reading the Bible is fresh and filling just as it is. If you would like to read it along with insights and teachings from others, though, here are a few suggestions to help you select a devotional.