You don't sing because you always feel it. Sometimes you sing until you feel it.
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If you're willing to leap out of your seat, raise your hands and lift your voice when something amazing happens during a sporting event, the empty tomb warrants at least that same level of joy.
This may be one of the most densely theological prophecies in all of Scripture.
The enemy has reached deep into his bag of evil tricks.
Her lyrics are saturated with biblical language drawn from 1 and 2 Samuel, Deuteronomy, Job, the Psalms, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Micah, Habakkuk and Zephaniah.
Is there any justification to their conclusions? And how is it that Christians can read the same book and see it so differently?
God speaks and blesses, we believe and worship. God initiates, we respond. God reveals, we rejoice.
It shouldn't be hard to spot a hoax.
Your unborn baby has a name. He is filled with the Holy Spirit. He worships. He is alive.
Our culture tends to treat children like a curse, causing stretch marks, sleep deprivation, and expenses to their parents.
Prophecy happened in the Old Testament, happened in the New Testament and happens today.
Just because some Christian traditions have elevated Mary to an unhealthy state does not mean we cannot honor her.
Israel experienced this.
This announcement wasn't made to the multitudes, but just to one woman.
In Matthew 10, Jesus reveals one of the most comforting truths.
Our value comes from being created in God's image, period.
It seems to have had only one well, which means it could not sustain a large population base.
Philippians 4:13 is one of the most quoted verses in the Bible. But do Christians have it totally backward?
Children love to ask this question.
"Yeshua brings an unexpected stage of the kingdom of God."