All of us have people in our lives whom we find most difficult to love. And yet, they’re the very ones we should love.
The one thing that God cannot do is remember your sins once he has forgiven you. He has promised this many times in the Bible.
The Psalms say to “taste and see that the Lord is good”! Throughout the ages, millions of transformed lives have testified to Christ’s resurrection power.
Scripture gives Jesus over 208 titles and every one of them is sufficient to provide day upon day of meditation, bringing glory, insight, wisdom, and hope.
Through prayer, we can access a bank whose capital is absolutely unlimited and can meet all of our needs. Prayer unlocks the bank of heaven.
Jesus wasn’t interested in their religious rituals or their religious pronouncements. Above everything else, Jesus was interested in mercy.
Receiving and giving is the law of the universe, because they are part of the very nature of God. Love receives and love gives. Love has to love.
We expect to see God in beauty, praise, and joy. We expect to see God in light. But what happens when all we see is darkness?
Our faith is never perfect. We are always falling, stumbling, and weak in how we come to Jesus. He is always quick to stand beside us in his strength.
We’re always in a hurry, and it’s easy for us to miss things. That’s why it’s so good to know that God isn’t, and he doesn’t.