Hebrews 4:6 reminds us to seek God not only for the kind of grace we need but also for the timing of it.
From a human perspective 5000 people could not be fed from five loaves and two fish. But that was not Jesus’ perspective.
What prayer commitments might God be nudging you to make?
Hebrews 2:14-15 is a great passage for preparing for Christmas.
If Jesus comes first in relationships, then there is peace.
Five applications from Scripture on how you carry out your vocation.
There is a profound difference between sinners who keep God’s covenant and those who don’t.
Not many leaders today state the goals of their lives in terms of holiness.
Trusting Christ today includes trusting him to give you tomorrow’s trust when tomorrow comes.
The touch of God in the heart is an awesome thing.
Obedience shouldn't flow from gratitude but from faith in future grace.
Six reasons for why the Christian movement spread so fast in its early years.
The truth we must hold to through all the cosmic conflict of this age is: All the nations belong to God.
10 examples of how, for Jesus, desire for heaven and fear of hell were practical daily parts of living a glad and holy life.
Christians should seek the good of the cities in which they live.
Grumbling is self-feeding because it obscures the light of God’s gracious, all-controlling providence.
Is it God’s will revealed in Scripture to advance the influence of biblical truth through human institutions?
John Piper shares his plans for the summer and some requests for prayer.
Spirit-given assurance and enjoyment of the love of God is the secret to growing in hope through tribulation.
We are a singing people because we are the children of a singing God.
Seven sources of the kind of joy that Paul had.
Let every loss and every delight send your hearts homing after heaven.
The story of Ishmael is a warning not to build your ministry according to the flesh.
Fresh statements of old truth are always needed. Without them people will read error.
Something tremendous is at stake in the practical unity of love in the body of Christ.
God’s tenderness towards the lowly is rooted in his transcendent self-sufficiency.
Ideas have consequences.
Even inside perfection, there is good, better, and best. And understanding this will help us love as we ought.
If the mailman brings you a love letter from your fiancé, don’t fall in love with the mailman.
God is not a passive participant in a world that exists without his sustaining it. Wherever he is looking, he is acting.
Abraham Lincoln’s marriage was a mess, but accepting the pain brought deep strength in the long run.
If we love people, we will be like William Wilberforce and spend time thinking about how to point them to Jesus.
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.
10 ways Jesus related to the poor.
Announcing the adoption of John and Noël's fifth child and first daughter.
It is impossible to meditate on God’s word as continually as we should if portions of it are not in our mind.
7 reasons racial harmony is worth pursuing, and 1 resolve for doing it.
Martin Luther's 3 rules for how to read the Bible.
John Piper recounts a conversation with Joseph Tson.
9 key texts about the wrath of God.
What counts is not the amount you have but if it is utterly devoted to the purposes of God.
The work of the Holy Spirit is a clarification and application and certification of the incarnation of the Son of God.
By looking to God's faithfulness in the past we can have hope for the future.
The faculty of delight is crucial in helping us make right decisions.
Serving God means we get from him more than we give to him.
Samuel Rutherford's great discovery about the source of enduring happiness.
Three recommended routines for keeping God's word central in your life.
Matter is utterly dependent for its origin, existence and stability on the thought of Christ.
The spread of pluralism does not prevent the spread of the gospel.
Four "D's" that describe how God leads us, and three implications.
We know we will not fall away because this is a promise of the new covenant sealed by the blood of Jesus.
Why does the Spirit limit himself to bring about love only through conscious faith in the word of Jesus?
God wants more work because more work means more demonstrations of power and wisdom and love.
The meaning of Christmas is that the substance of true religion belongs to Christ.
If you are dissatisfied with your Christian courage, joy, and purity of heart then you should check the way you are feeding your faith.
Twelve questions and the Scripture passages that prompt them.
The Bible, for Calvin, was above all a witness of God to the majesty of God. This led inevitably to what is the heart of Calvinism.
Do we long for Christ's return or are we anxious that it might interrupt our worldly plans? Eternity hangs on this question.
A glimpse into what books John Piper aimed to complete, with God's help, on his 1997 writing leave.
Have you ever wondered what joy and hope sustained Jesus in his horrific hours of suffering?
Having an Executive Pastor seems like an ideal way of unleashing the ministries of the church and maximizing the contributions of each pastor.