John Piper’s newest book, ‘Providence,’ celebrates the all-embracing, all-pervasive, invincible providence of God.
If Jesus knew that Judas would betray him in the end, why did Jesus choose Judas as a disciple to begin with?
The doctrine of God’s all-governing providence is not a problem for our prayers. It is our only hope for our prayers coming to pass.
Where is God when I face life-changing consequences for my sin? Can he really work for my good, even in a punishment as severe as prison?
Can we pursue our own dreams while also obeying God? Or do we need to give up our dreams in order to follow what Jesus is really calling us to?
Joyful faith in the all-governing providence of God immunizes us against false teaching that exalts man and detracts from the glory due to God alone.
The question “Who wrote the Bible?” has a double answer: God and man. Humans held the quill, but God ultimately inspired their words.
When life just doesn’t seem to make sense, or even when it seems void of any meaning at all, what can help us to know our purpose again?
God’s providence not only governs all things, but it gives us hope in our suffering. We can trust that our all-good God will turn every sorrow to joy.
Jesus commands the church not only to make disciples, but also to baptize them. But why is baptism so important?
What can Christian parents do if they discover that one of their children is living in serious sexual sin? Pastor John offers counsel on where to begin.