Some people know, believe and have sought the mercy of forgiveness but from time to time they may wonder: am I forgiven? We can only depend on the grace and promises of God but there are also evidences of forgiveness that can help us.
In the midst of a generation of radical change we ask, what is the Church’s future? David Dickson shows us where we can find solid and even unshakeable assurance that the Church will both endure and be established.
Resolutions may abound at the beginning of a new year but we need the whole of our lives to be governed by a spirit of believing resolution. Here is how we can obtain this spirit for ourselves.
Lots of people apparently struggle to pronounce the word psalm and turn to google for help. But though we know the p is silent, are the psalms also silent in our praise?
The Bible verse most engaged with 2019 has a lot to teach us in relation to our worries. But do we know how to get the most out of its spiritual wisdom and apply it to our lives?
Take a look at the books we have selected as the top 5 published in relation to the Second Reformation during 2019.
What does it mean to learn Christ? Are we learning Christ in the right way? James Fergusson explains more about this spiritual priority.
Existential crisis is the best word to describe the angst and confusion of contemporary culture. But why and how have we arrived at such a level of confusion and anxiety?
People’s behaviour often contradicts the strong morals they profess to believe. It’s a problem for true believers too. Why is this? John Brown explains from the Scriptures.
There is a biblical way to measure our service to Christ. Too often we are tempted to look at Christian service from a man-centred perspective. We need a radically different view if we are really going to serve Christ.
Some people find that modern friendships are more limited and lack a deep connection. We need to cherish our friends. But most of all, we must give ourselves to the deepest possible friendship that God offers.
Heart idols go even deeper than you think. They are bound up with the deepest emotions and instincts of our heart and that is what keeps them hidden.
Even atheists recognise our values depend on Christianity. We lose many blessings when the gospel goes from a people. How should that make us handle and value the gospel itself?
We are drowning in personal debt. It’s a crisis and undoubtedly a bad thing. So when (according to the Bible) is it wrong to be absolutely debt-free? The answer to that is truly arresting.
Find out 10 key benefits of exercising and strengthening faith. Andrew Gray explains how this is vital for the Christian life.
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