God sees things far different from the world’s standards. A sharp blade to us may appear dull to Him. Is your standards for a sharp blade the same as our Heavenly Fathers?
How do you define great? Is it by the world’s standards? Check out God’s definition of greatness here!
A rising number of believers are beginning to believe that the New Testament corrects the Old Testament. Read this weeks post to see how Jesus responds to this belief!
To have victory in your battle with sin, first you need to know who you are fighting against. Read this week's blog to learn how to spot your enemy and be ready with the proper weapons to defeat his attacks.
Is your holiness full of holes? Or is it extended to every area of your life? Check out this post about true holiness!
Through Christ, God enables us to start over with a new heart and new life. Will you surrender to follow Christ and begin to live differently?
Nothing we know of about Jesus life is peaceful. And yet, He is called the Prince of Peace. Jesus is the source of peace
We may not know what was happening in Jesus' life a few days after his birth, but one thing we do know is that he was wrapped in swaddling cloths. But why would that matter? Perhaps God uses ordinary things communicate extraordinary signs.
Do not confuse joy with feelings of happiness only when life is good. Remember this Christmas season that Jesus’ birth and life are centered on JOY!
Once naked and ashamed, we will one day receive eternal garments of holiness because of a baby wrapped in a simple cloth.
True and perfect love does what is good for us not what feels good to us. Check out this great reminder of the true loving message of Christmas.
Scripture uses “light” to help us understand Jesus. Light is warm, inviting, and captivating. Do you believe in the Light of the World?
Thanksgiving isn’t just for a day. It’s a continuous act of worship to God through our hearts, hands, and voices. God is truly worthy of all thanksgiving!
The more unfiltered our lives are, the more we live in healthy relationships with others. Are you willing to live an authentic, unfiltered life?
Do you really want to grow in "Christ-likeness" enough to do what it takes to be conformed to His image? Profound spiritual growth comes as we begin to see Christ formed in us.
Have you sought the Word of God for discernment or listen to your gut? Jesus sat in silence and solitude to hear God’s voice, will you?