For famished nature will be avenged and a hard heart is no infallible protection against a soft head.
No-one gets up in the morning and declares that it looks like a good day to fail. Failure is not a goal; it is a consequence of choices made along the way. So how can we avoid moral failure? I think these six principles will help
When I read this verse, there is something that haunts me. Paul tells me that I have been blessed with every spiritual blessing. The verb is past tense, so it has already happened. Why then do I often feel so unblessed?
Miles Stanford quote concerning Christian maturity. Maturity comes through the work of the Cross.
That pesky sense of oughtness seems to keep creeping in, even in those who say it doesn’t exist. This is the dilemma of the materialist. It is this sense of right and wrong that has caused many to explore the claims of Jesus Christ.
The church is sometimes charged with using coercion to bring people into conformity with the Bible. Is this true? How should we respond?