For Christians, humble prayer is a picture of absolute dependence on God.
We honor others by serving them in love. This “loving your neighbor as yourself” business is not for the faint of heart!
Love is essential to every aspect of the Christian life. Without it, everything else is empty.
Instead of anticipating a bright light or an earth-shaking sign from God, many times we may need to retreat, put down the smartphone and listen for God’s whisper.
Those who belong to Christ are never alone. God’s Holy Spirit dwelling within us comforts, guides, corrects and assures.
Following the apostle Paul’s lead, author and pastor Alistair Begg urges us to pray that we “may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the length and width, height and depth of God's love.”
Being born in the flesh is not something we do ourselves. It is not about our efforts or good works. Likewise, being born again spiritually is something only God can do for us.
A desire to be like or emulate “the nations” was contrary to God’s design for His people, who were to be a blessing to the nations through being set apart from them and their wickedness.
Being prepared to meet Christ when He returns is an individual matter. That preparedness cannot be transferred or shared.
Legendary South African pastor Andrew Murray asks the readers of his book, “Absolute Surrender,” to assess which character from Romans 7 best describes them: regenerate or impotent.