Great and lasting things are at stake for future generations not only because of what we teach, but also because of what we are.
The impact of a father's faith, love, and discipline can be immeasurable.
Truth aims at love; love aims at truth. Love shapes how to speak the truth; truth shapes how to show love.
In just one chapter Paul outlines a whole theology of the resurrection.
It is not out of antiquarian allegiance that we love the truth—even the hard ones. It is out of love to Christ and to the people who need his truth.
“God’s delight in being God is not sung the way it should be, with wonder and passion, in the worship places of the word. And we are the poorer and weaker for it. My hope and prayer in writing this book is that more and more people would meditate with me on the pleasures of God” (p. 7).
Dads, fear God and put your confidence in him so your children will have a refuge in you.
Sometimes Christians have no favor in society. Even so, God can, and often does, pour out his power for effective witness.
How are we to understand those psalms that express hatred and call down curses upon the enemies of God?
Let us learn how to help each other die. It will not be easy, but, by grace, we will help each other say in our final pain, "To die is gain."
True love aims at satisfying people in the glory of God. Any love that terminates on man is eventually destructive.
One of the reasons we don't know God deeply is that we don't venture much on his pledge to carry things for us.
It's never right to be angry with God. And it's never right to hide your anger from him, if you feel it.
God ordains history partly so that we will learn it and be wiser about the present.
If God works to bring about obedience in our heart, then sin will not be lord over us, God will.