How do we not resist imperfections when the Bible says, “Be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect”?
If the answer to our prayer doesn't come as we want, let us not assume that the Lord has no affection for us nor any tugs to do what we want.
John Piper challenges the inconsistent reasoning of a pro-choice editorial.
The whole concept of slavery as we know it is blown out of the water when God becomes the “Slavemaster.”
How does the gospel avoid contradicting God's righteous standards?
No tree was ever meant to be / A never-ending shade for me / Or you. Save one: where Jesus died / With bleeding branches spread as wide / And far as faith for sinful men.
Until God is given his rights, no human rights will have significance beyond convenience.
The Bible teaches that hell is everlasting torment, not the loss of existence.
One test of our love is the way we support the ministry financially during the summer.
Christianity is not merely believing a set of ideas about Christ’s love. It is an experience of being constrained by that love.
It is possible for the sick and aged to win the fight of faith because it is a fight against lost hope, not against lost health.
What does it mean to be the “church of God”?
The business of education is God’s business. To ignore him in it is to be profoundly uneducated.
We must seek to experience supernatural power daily in order to be the church.
Indoctrination is not the only alternative to faith-weakening education.
Being a “one issue voter” does not mean that only one issue matters. It means that some issues matter enough to disqualify a person from public office.
Beware of rendering too much to Caesar the way Pilate did (John 19:12). And when you render to Caesar do it only “for the Lord’s sake.”
17 verses about fearing the Lord.
Three guidelines for considering the relationship between wealth and happiness.
Has the church come to depend on the world for too much of our education, leisure, entertainment and interpretation of current events?
5 ways for focus on God during prayer week.