Streets of gold. Mansions. Pearly white gates. Is any of that true about heaven? Here's a Biblical look at what to expect after we hear: "Well done my good and faithful servant."
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Liberty Counsel Action attorney Matt Barber insists that God will not be mocked. So what happens to a nation where the majority nods to abortion, same-sex marriage and immorality?
Can we ever really be free from painful memories? Yes, God can heal you completely. Find out how.
Blindness became Captain Scotty Smiley's journey of supreme testing. Read how, with his wife's love and the support of family and friends, Smiley's response became God's transforming moment.
In the wake of incredible loss and disaster, we struggle to understand how a God who is all-powerful and all-knowing can also be considered good and loving. Pastor Erwin Lutzer tackles this tough subject head-on.
Even in the maddening rush of the 21st century there is stillness available in Christ every day.
Like an elite rescue squad, we have the privilege of partnering with God in ushering to safety those who will perish without Him.
Throughout the ages, God has progressively revealed Himself to humanity. Now He seeks to display His splendor through us.
In some things Christ was the most tolerant, broad-minded Man who ever lived, but in other things He was one of the most intolerant. Billy Graham explains why Christians must be aware of compromise.
Evangeline Cory Booth writes about God's deep love, which reaches the highest heights, fathoms the deepest depths and sweeps the circumference of the eternities.
Ross Rohde explains how to be a supernaturally contagious follower of Jesus.
Any child of God, who will faithfully honor Him and give Him time, can accomplish the most extraordinary things, George Müller explains.
Have you ever noticed life has a way of throwing you curveballs when you least expect it? Ricardo Sanchez shares a personal experience, and explains what he believe is the prophetic voice for this generation.
Perhaps the struggles we endure in trying to live for Christ are due to our faulty understanding of Christianity, William Wilberforce writes.
Any event of unexpected devastation leaves people asking, Why did this happen? But survivors of Hurricane Katrinawhich struck seven years ago Wednesdaycame away with more than sadness and grief.
Don't let unforgiveness hold you captive. Find out how making the choice to obey Jesus Christ's command to forgive can set you free.
Have you ever hit something while driving and thought, What was that? Most likely, your first reaction is to look in the rear-view mirror. God expects us to do the same thing when hardships come into our lives.