How can children who come from dysfunctional or abusive families begin to embrace the perfect fatherhood of God?
Why might God allow his children to endure years, or even decades, of unremitting suffering? How does such chronic pain bring him glory?
The deepest cure for lust never comes from strategies or accountability. The deepest cure comes from seeing the soul-staggering grandeur of God.
Joy isn’t just a nice byproduct of the Christian life, but an essential part of it. From propitiation to glorification, joy animates our life in Christ.
Christ’s resurrection secures our future hope that we too will rise one day. In the meantime, it also grants us spiritual power for everyday life.
Everything good in the Christian life grows in the soil of rich, deep, and happy humility.
The cross of Christ accomplished everything we need to glorify God by being eternally happy in him. But is there anything the cross didn’t accomplish?
When you have the privilege of caring for dying people, how can you minister to their souls in addition to meeting their physical needs?
Forgiveness, justification, adoption, and eternal life are all a means to something even greater: enjoying God himself.
Christians rest on Jesus not only for justification, but also for sanctification. Both are blood bought. Both are certain.
If I feel called to missions, should I be open to dating a Christian who doesn’t share the same calling?