How can we ensure that church discipline is not destructive but edifying in its impact?
Work shouldn’t be all-consuming, but how does the eighth commandment direct us to a proper work-life balance?
What should we do when the Lord seems to be ignoring the plight of the church?
In the life of the church, if it isn’t scriptural, it’s probably superstitious – so how then can we identify a religious superstition?
What is the special preparation needed for the Lord’s Supper, and what makes participating when unprepared so serious?
When Jesus said He was delighted to come and do the Father’s will, what did this involve for Him?
Sometimes we need to put our own hearts under the microscope to verify our sincerity. What will help us to do this?
Life on earth for the Christian should be distinctively heavenly. What does this mean in practice?
Knowledge is valueless if we don’t use it. What does knowing God really look like?
What can we learn from how Paul handled the sensitive subject of original sin?
Preaching should be informative, but what if it (and we) are always missing the point?
Sinning in secret is something we all do, but how can this tendency be overcome?
Unpalatable as it may be, God deliberately ensures that the life of faith is not easy for us. Why is that still the best way for us?
Once a guilty conscience grasps the lifeline that Jesus offers, how does it change the way we view His grace?
When a friend struggles to interpret providence, understand themselves, and figure out what to do for the best, how would you advise?
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