Joseph Mattera offers 10 earmarks of hypocrisy and a clear warning to readers.
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I spent years struggling to be perfect. But when my life fell apart, I discovered a loving Father who accepts unconditionally.
Many Christians leave churches because they are wounded and become resentful. Here are the survival skills you need to stay connected to God and His people.
When someone you love has a moral failure, there is a sure path to healing. But we must restore them God's way.
Imagine yourself in John 21. How would you answer Jesus? Don't answer too quickly.
Many Christians feel guilty or defeated if they aren't instantly healed after receiving prayer. It's time to take an honest look at how the Bible says we should respond to sickness.
"God, please don't let them get away with this. I've been wronged, lied to and lied about. It's not fair. I gave love and got used."
Is the Holy Spirit moving or are we preconditioned for a courtesy drop?
Church people have argued for years over the issue of deliverance. I think it's time to stop arguing and start setting people free.
If you are ready to wake up, rise up and change the world, watch this.
Jesus promises that the pure in heart will see God, but the spirit of the world is tempting you daily. Here's how to battle back.
If God ever asked you to do something that scared you to death, read this.
When you're depressed, probably the last thing you want to do is get out of bed and rise to face the morning. Here's some strength for your journey.
Walking with God doesn't just happen automatically. Here are 7 things you can do to experience God's best this year and beyond.
A testimony from the Azusa Street revival told of a missionary being attacked by the enemy with the suggestion she was forsaken by God. Can you relate?
Fasting is truly a secret source of power.
The Bible and your faith tell you there is a pattern somewhere in the drawing of your life, but maybe you can't see it.
There's little you can do to stop time from changing your appearance. But you can do something about what you will look like inside.
The need to love in deed does not diminish the importance of loving with our words.