Discover the biblical lessons embedded in one of the world's most beloved books—A Christmas Carol.
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Until we as a church deal apply 1 Thessalonians 5:23, our congregations will be filled with people who are spiritually gifted but act like emotional infants.
Do you need a comforter? Maybe you need a counselor. Do you need the helper? How about an advocate or intercessor? Perhaps you could draw on the strengthener.
We can be highly praised and regarded by others, but those nearest us may often cut us down.
God's Christmas gift isn't meant simply for Dec. 25. Here is how to put away those holiday life struggles.
Would you rather be uncomfortable with silence or accountable in heaven for idle gossip?
Those who live by the Word of God rarely deal with this kind of blue funk.
When you and I give in to fear, we actually take the measure of faith that we've been given and place it in the negative.
We may mention His name, but are we thankful for who He is and what He does for us?
What are you tempted to trust in rather than God?
Come back to a place of truth and find your encouragement in the words and truth of Jesus.
It requires many things.
If you substitute this one word for poor, you might better understand.
Leaders must be willing to hear "no" and obey.
Integrity demands that every area of your life is treated with the same intensity.
Comparing yourself to others can have a huge impact on your life, but not in a positive way.
Have you ever known someone who seems to have a special connection with God—someone God uses to accomplish amazing things?
If you've ever struggled to understand the unifying theme of the Old Testament and its relevance to your life today, this book will enlighten you.
Learn how to maintain joy and maximize spiritual growth during seasons full of tests and trials.
What's this season all about, anyway?