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God has given us a high and holy calling in Christ. But can a Christian ever be too hard on himself as he strives to live up to that calling?
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Seeing and savoring God’s providence in our redemption fills us with wonder and trembling joy. We owe everything to his grace.
Christian citizenship expands far beyond the country on our passport. We share a citizenship with those from every nation who call upon the name of Jesus.
Is listening to the Bible just as good as reading it? Or do we risk missing something if our Bible intake comes mainly through listening?
When we see and savor the providence of God, lukewarm worship gives way to wonder, awe, and holy reverence before our majestic God.
Faithful pastors long to see their churches grow up in faith, hope, and love. So, how does a pastor bear with those who seem to be going backward?
The Bible instructs believers to examine themselves, but does it tell us to what extent or how often we should question our salvation?
What difference does seeing and savoring the providence of God make? Pastor John explains why providence overflows with practical implications.
Several vaccines in current use are developed from the cells of aborted babies. Can Christians use these vaccines in good conscience?
Regular, disciplined Bible intake is not optional for God’s people. It is God’s plan for preserving us and bringing us safely to glory.