Articles on Sanctification & Growth
The answer is not simple. Some Biblical texts seem to say no. Others, yes.
If God is sovereign, we are secure no matter how perilous it is to obey him.
We conquer sin when we are satisfied in what God promises to do for us.
Your agonizing, unplanned detour is not a waste—not if you look to the Lord for his unexpected work, and do what you must do in his name.
It's always good to resolve to do good if we're resolving through faith.
Christianity means that deep, fundamental change is possible, no matter your background.
The person who pleases God makes a covenant, knowing that it may hurt to keep it, but does not change.
There is a precious experience of peace and assurance in the Christian life that is not unconditional.
How do we not resist imperfections when the Bible says, “Be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect”?
Break free from the epidemic of the manward spirit of our age, and set yourself to live in the light of the Lord.
Is there any point to exercising self-denial for the sake of distant soldiers?
A collection of verses that identify how God would have us grow.
Truth is important, but there is more to godliness than knowing about God.
Practically speaking, how do I obey God so that it is “not I but Christ in me”?
Human hearts are hard to change, but don't forget the Holy Spirit.
The possibilities of joyful service are too great to let yourself be paralyzed by the past.
What does Mac vs. PC have to do with spiritual-mindedness? Seventeen practical ways to align your attitude with God's.
Consider three criteria for deciding when to love others with mercy and when to love them with justice.