We can't sustain hope in God if we remain alone. We need each other's cheering exhortations to stay afloat.
John Piper introduces his preaching series on 1 Corinthians 1-3.
We should aim at full doctrinal unity and full heart unity.
Saving faith can be so weak at times that the heart gives way to grievous sin.
The difference between the spiritual Christian and the carnal Christian is one of degree.
We should give as radical as we can in pursuit of our best biblical judgment.
Why is “because the Bible tells me so” less acceptable these days than “because the scientists tell me so”?
Jesus' love for his people is wonderfully durable, distinct, and deep.
A spring satisfies thirst not by removing the need you have for water, but by being there to drink from when you get thirsty.
The cross remains precious to us because we continually find new reasons why we need its power.
Fifteen things Pastor John appreciates about Noël.
Perseverance and assurance are maintained by taking both the promises and threats of Scripture seriously.
We are partners with the Holy Spirit and should be alert to those who are beginning to be awakened by his grace.
Since we sin against God every day, we should be broken; and, since the throne of God is a throne of grace, we should be bold.
Christ is the source of all satisfaction and total satisfaction. But the depth of this satisfaction is not drunk all at once.
Here are some of the stupendous promises to sustain us in a work that may be long and may be hard, but will triumph in the end.
Bible promises remove the mountains of shame that can hinder your missions involvement.
There is no such thing as a closed country unless you're looking to minister in perfect safety, without risk.
The diversity of Christ's church is what allows for the diversity of ministries that the world so desperately needs.
What are revivals and why should we want them?
God gives special power, extraordinary power, for the extraordinary challenges of an expanding witness to Christ. How do we seek it?
The evidence of extraordinary longing is extraordinary praying.
Love for people doesn’t just say, “Here’s the seed, take it or leave it.”
God loves to be God for the childlike, who look to him for all they need.