There are seven things we need to know if we are to "abound in Hope!"
We can learn much from the method and message Paul used in proclaiming the Gospel in his first missionary voyage.
The Lord takes all that he allows to happen to his children, even the worst things, and turns those things so that they fulfill his purpose.
Ethan the Ezrahite questions God’s lovingkindness because of the fall of Judah, but God remains faithful to his promise to send a Messiah King from the line of David.
When we feel we have no friends and no future, when we feel rejected both by people and God, we can still trust in the “God of my salvation.”
An exploration of the reality, reasons and remedies for spiritual depression.
This parable teaches us how a provincial gospel, so small at the beginning, became a universal gospel for both Jews and Gentiles.
While you are waiting for the return of Christ, work—and do it with faithfulness, energy, and love for your King.
Jesus compares the Kingdom of heaven to a treasure and a pearl of great price. Both are so valuable they are to be considered acquisitions of a lifetime.
In this parable Jesus teaches that while a friend gives grudgingly, a father gives willingly, and God is our Father.