All of humanity deserves God’s punishment and were once under God’s wrath, but the good news of Jesus has granted us salvation by faith in Him alone.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, in-person interactions are resuming. In the Book of Job, Job's struggles taught him to find peace in the presence of God, a peace that is available to us today through a personal relationship with Jesus.
What could possibly be greater than a word of encouragement from Jesus Himself? The church at Philadelphia received just such a word that can also encourage our own walk with Christ.
Learn the power of your personal testimony of salvation in telling others about Jesus, and pray for those who don't know Him.
Abraham proclaimed "Jehovah-Jireh," the Lord will provide, when God sent a ram to stand in place of Isaac as a sacrifice. Perhaps you have a personal Jehovah-Jireh moment.
In Revelation, Jesus encouraged the church at Smyrna to remain steadfast in Him, who had already secured their victory. Christians today have the same assurance.
Do you treat Jesus like a hotel tenant on a short-term stay rather than the owner of the house? When He saves us, we must learn to submit to and cooperate with His renovations.
What's a Christian to do in sowing the Gospel when many refuse to hear? Pray, and keep on sowing.
Want to know what love looks like? Ponder Paul's words in 1 Corinthians 13. Want to know what humility looks like? Spend time digesting Jesus' words in the Beatitudes.