Concise wisdom can be an invaluable guide for Christian living and experience. Here are some specific directions offered by William Traill.
Spiritual self-doubt can be very hard to overcome. We need to hear God’s covenant promises speaking into such a condition. William Guthrie patiently shows us how.
Sadly, fellowship with God is frequently interrupted in this life. But there is a great deal in the spiritual realities behind that experience. Considering this can stir us up spiritually.
Apparently most evangelicals recently surveyed in the USA support women preachers. But does the Bible support it? John Brown of Wamphray considers relevant passages.
Succinct guidelines identifying key helps and hindrances in making spiritual progress. They have been drawn from wise insight into Scripture and Christian experience.
How do we respond to a culture hostile to Christian values? How can we still be salt and light in our everyday lives? What hope can encourage us in such times?
Some people are struggling with engaging with Scripture at present. Maybe we need a reset in our attitudes and approach to the Bible. Here is how to read Scripture with most benefit and understanding.
Summer is a great time to catch up on edifying reading. At the moment, there is no shortage of books hot off the press to explore. Here are some suggestions to consider related to the Second Reformation.
People have been offering all kinds of lessons to learn from the start of the coronavirus crisis. What about the spiritual lessons? How ought we to respond?
Anything that is important requires preparation. Worship is the greatest thing we do. What can we focus on to help prepare our hearts to worship God?
Did God leave creation to continue by itself with no continual involvement? No. The Bible teaches us that God is constantly in control. Find out how.
Our response to answered prayer is important, it shows the extent to which we have taken it seriously. Relief and thankfulness are natural but how can we make best use of it?
How do we honour the government when they seem to be demanding extreme obedience? What do we owe them and how do we keep our consciences clear in relation to what God requires? These can be very difficult questions in practice but Scripture does not leave us without answers.
Who defines hate speech? Current debates should prompt us to understand from Scripture what real hate speech is and how to avoid it. In fact, we need this for all our personal interactions.
If we are discouraged with ourselves it is often because of sin. Here are the great encouragements you need if you are inwardly burdened with the weight of your own guiltiness.
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