An Awesome God

It's hard to stand for what's right anymore. The world's values are changing, and many so-called Christians are promoting the changes, denying the Truth and power of God. But God has not changed! He's letting this world run its course, giving every person the chance to repent and accept Jesus as Savior before He pours … Continue reading An Awesome God

The Worst Four-Letter Word

The worst four-letter word for Christians is "can't." As we study the Bible to know God and who we are in Him, we realize that we CAN do anything according to His will. When we face adverse situations, we need to stop and remember that He IS God and praise Him for His love and … Continue reading The Worst Four-Letter Word

Happy Resurrection Sunday!

We celebrate this day because Jesus told us to remember it in honor of our freedom in Him! He died on the cross for our sins, then rose from the grave, conquering death and giving eternal life to those who will accept Him as Savior. Easter began as a pagan celebration with bunnies and chocolates … Continue reading Happy Resurrection Sunday!

Our Hope is in Our King

Just before He died on the cross, Jesus cried out, "It is finished!" His promise for a Savior had been fulfilled, and He died and took our sins to hell. The earth shook at His presence there, and the graves of Godly people burst open as their souls were set free. But the disciples had … Continue reading Our Hope is in Our King

Palm Sunday

On this day years ago, Jesus made His humble entrance into Jerusalem, riding on a donkey. Crowds gathered around and laid psalm branches before Him because they believed He was God's chosen king for Israel. In the week that followed, Jesus wept for Jerusalem, preached the Oliver Discourse, cursed the fig tree, raised Lazarus from … Continue reading Palm Sunday

Sow Mercy

People aren't as joyful or positive as they used to be. Many have suffered from the pandemic; others are angry because of its restrictions. The global economy is collapsing and skyrocketing food, necessities, and gas prices. Failing global governments and wars are putting fear in people. We can't change any of it, but as God's … Continue reading Sow Mercy

Everything We Do

Many so-called Christians are known for their own doctrines, attitudes, and lifestyles and for doing things for their own glory. But Galatians 5:22-23 says that (real) Christians are known by their fruits—the characteristics of the Spirit who dwells in us: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. These characteristics make us who … Continue reading Everything We Do

Facing Tasks with a Happy Heart

We all face tasks we don't want to do, but some of us grumble and complain. As Christians, we should do it all with gladness because we are God's children—His Spirit in us is greater than the world, and Jesus promised He'd never leave. He grants wisdom when we ask and will make a way … Continue reading Facing Tasks with a Happy Heart

We Woke up This Morning

This world is not a fun place to be in anymore, but we woke up this morning, so our job here isn't done yet. Today, we can smile at someone and let them know they're important. We can share the gospel with those who don't know Jesus and give them hope. We can help those … Continue reading We Woke up This Morning

Learning to Trust

When the little girl realized she was lost, she stopped walking and stood still. Her hope and trust were in her father, who'd promised that if she got lost, He would find her. Soon, she saw him coming with a smile on his face and outstretched arms. As Christians, we shouldn't submit to the world … Continue reading Learning to Trust

Time is Running Out

Some of our family and friends hear the truth about Jesus but won't commit to Him because they're trapped by the ways of this world. As Christians, we need to pray for their salvation as if there were no tomorrow because—Jesus is coming soon, and those who don't know Him won't have a happy tomorrow. … Continue reading Time is Running Out

Where Does our Strength Come From?

Our attitude impacts what we do—even if we're trying to do a good deed. Sometimes, we have to do things that we don't really want to do or deal with situations that we'd really rather not, and the stress or anticipation can cause us to be anxious, angry, or even resentful. But when our hearts … Continue reading Where Does our Strength Come From?