Ministering to the Saints is Godly Work and a Labor of Love

Today when we think of the term "minister" or "to minister" in religious circles, what often comes to mind is the clergy of any church, whether dressed in suits, robes, or casual wear carrying out preaching or teaching or running a program for the congregation. However, in the Bible the word has broader application given... Continue Reading →

Eager Anticipation to Hear the Lord Speak

After we as Christians suffer a setback or hardship, it's a relief to see the trying situation ease up, especially if the setback was caused by our own sinful habits. If we learned some very valuable lessons from it that remind us of how important our relationship with God is, more often than not we... Continue Reading →

The Wisdom of Knowing When to Accept Advice

Moses was truly an extraordinary prophet, experiencing the Lord in up close and personal ways that no one experienced during his time or has since that time. However, for all his incredible accomplishments, he was still a flawed human.In Exodus 18:13-27, one of his flaws is brought to light by his father-in-law, Jethro. In the... Continue Reading →

The Lord is With Those Who Are Concerned With Our Best Interests

As we live the Christian life in a sin-sick world, it's always good to be linked to people who have our best interests in mind when it comes to our spiritual well-being. Whether they are nearby physically or thousands of miles away, their physical proximity isn't always as important as their spiritual proximity. That's because... Continue Reading →

The Dead are Still Raised: Miracles Testify of God’s Existence, Mercy, and Grace

Despite the fact we live in an age hell-bent on rebelling against God, the Lord still has enough love, mercy, and grace toward mankind to let us know he's still around and working for our good. One way he continues to do that is by working outside of the natural laws he established to do... Continue Reading →

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