The phrase "kiss the Son lest he be angry" can be confusing. Read on to learn what it means.
It's Thanksgiving time in the U.S. Will you take a moment to thank God for your blessings?
Recently, our pastor has been preaching from various Psalms. Since I adore this book, I've been interested in the messages. Then came the Sunday when his text was Psalm 23. Good grief, I thought. What can we possibly learn from the most familiar Psalm in the world? Apparently, at least six things that remind us …
Have you been asked what you believe about something? Sometimes, it's an easy question to answer. But when it comes to the Bible, it can be more difficult. Our pastor had us studying the book BELIEVE by Randy Frazee for midweek Bible study since February. Since we did THE STORY a couple years ago, this …
Summer’s long days shorten. The scent of cider blots out the smoke of campfires. Kids will return to school. Thus ends the summer of Psalms.
Sometimes Bible study and quiet time becomes prescriptive. That's when journaling God’s Word helps the most.
The writer of the book of Hebrews lists at least thirteen things that are better for New Testament believers than what Israel had under the law.
Work is a four-letter word. But God created mankind with the need to work.
Grace is the hidden gem of Christianity.
We pray because we know God hears us, and we want him to take care of whatever is burdening our hearts. But sometimes our prayers go unanswered. This post gives the five keys that will unlock answered prayer for us.