When things look bleak for Christianity, are we hard-hearted or tender-hearted in our response?
While Jesus lay buried in the grave, it looked like His followers had been shamed and lost all hope. But the love in the hearts of the women couldn’t be suppressed.
How important is it to be true to ourselves, and how does the Bible help us with this?
The transfiguration – a time of unique blessedness in the life of Jesus – was preceded by a time of prayer. What is He teaching us by this fact?
The methods God uses in His grace are often completely counterintuitive to us. Here are some of the surprises of grace – and how we should react.
Paul’s advice on prayer is for use by all believers, but the apostle also has special pointers for how ministers can pray for their flock.
It is unlike every other book because, through it, we find eternal life – not an abstract thing, but in Jesus Christ personally.
When we treat God as one choice among many that may be deployed to enhance our lives, we automatically lose out and make personal flourishing utterly unattainable. Why is this?
Why does the Lord give different measures of grace to different believers? William Guthrie offers some reasons and suggests how we should respond.
For many people, the Bible is what they would say brought them to follow Jesus personally. What is it that makes the Bible so crucial in conversion?
When people pray, they are expressing a longing for connection with someone beyond ourselves. Who is this someone, and what can He do for us?
At a funeral, can anything offset our mourning? Beyond the grave, is there anything to hope for?
God is either honoured or dishonoured by the way we make and keep our promises. How does He help us to live true to our word?
In a time of national mourning we can reflect on the constancy of Jesus’ reign.
When a believer asks Jesus for advice, where does He tell them to turn?
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