It can be all too easy to get distracted and adopt the wrong cause. Is our cause the same as Christ's cause? How do we make sure our cause is the same as that of our Savior?
The Golden Rule is an powerful command and a key to maintaining peace between people. Yet it is not applied as often as it should be. Why is that, and how can we better apply it?
None of us are prophets, but we should be predictors - people who can look at the signs and discern the consequences. The events at the end of the book of Judges offer some striking parallels to our world today, and lessons that should help us discern what we as God's people need to be doing.
Like any conquering army, Satan and his forces have spiritually occupied the world, a fact most people cannot understand. God calls some people to resist Satan's occupation. Join the resistance!
Psalm 78 tells us to remember and teach that Israel frequently faltered because they limited the Holy One of Israel. Do we ever do the same thing? Scripture tells us many things God is "able" to do, but that isn't the full picture. God's "ability" should have a profound impact on how we live.
The truth is that man does not have an immortal soul, but God will offer salvation to everyone. Feast of Tabernacles and Last Great Day tell us that.
Paul often drew on athletic competitions as metaphors for our spiritual race. During the Olympics we are reminded of some of the great lessons of life as we run our race.
Though God is eternal, He has chosen to work out His plan for bringing many sons to glory in the dimension of time. The eternal God has given temporal men the precious gift of time. How are we using the gift of time God has given to us? What does Scripture tell us about time that the time management experts don't understand?
The Minor Prophet, Habakkuk, went through a historical "great tribulation," the Babylonian captivity, and caught a glimpse of the Kingdom. That glimpse sustained him in the midst of very hard times. Habakkuk's experience can inspire us to hold on to the hope of the Kingdom in the hardest of times. Given 9/17/2016.