I also share the article because it addresses a deep concern: treating one another with respect. We, especially as Christians, are the vanguard of healthy relationships.
You cannot think your way into holiness. Sanctification is not a transfer of information or a restructuring of beliefs as important as these are. Holiness transforms the heart.View More You Are What You Want
Hagar gave the Lord a name: “You are the God who sees me” (Genesis 16:13). That’s a promise you can hold when you are abandoned.View More God’s Eyes of Love
How do you know when to wait or when to act? Both can be expressions of genuine faith. Either can be a means of trusting God or taking over for God. To wait can be a means of frustrating God’s plans. To act can be a method of getting ahead of God’s plans.View More FAITH: Do I Wait or Act?
“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full” (John 10:10).View More Jesus: Our Shepherd/King
A sign of God’s King is the heart response of people who hear his voice (John 10:3-4). The people will love him, trust him, and follow him.View More Jesus: God’s Anointed King
The story of the Blind Man and the Good Shepherd confronts you with life’s most important question: Who is Jesus to you?View More Jesus: Who Do You Think You Are?
The Transfiguration and the Crucifixion explained one another.
The glorious humanity of Christ is revealed at the Mount of Transfiguration.
The glorious divinity of Christ is revealed at the Mount of Crucifixion.
Think of it, one day every one who is in Jesus Christ will also share in his authentic humanness, perfect and full of glory.View More Jesus: An Authentic Human Being
There are things mystical and amazing in the work and wisdom of the Creator. Are we willing to give our hearts to what we cannot always understand with our minds?View More The Mystical and Amazing Work of God
Humility and confidence combine because we “are of Christ” who is on God’s side against the evil of this world, and “Christ is of God” as distinct yet united (vs. 23). In Jesus we see the Holy God who loves us.View More All Things Are Yours