I always felt sorry for the 144,001st person; you know the one who missed out and didn’t make the quota for the number of people who get saved.
There’s different views about who Jesus was, but they can be basically boiled down to four key ideas.
If we are ever unsure whether to decide to show mercy to someone, or to judge them, it’s best to always err on the side of mercy.
It’s true that God may choose to work a miracle for you, but that’s not, at its core, what redemption is all about.
It’s the big question that has been asked for centuries by atheists and Christians alike… so is there really an answer?
The less you feel like talking with God, the more you need to. The things that make you not want to pray, are the very reasons why you need to the most.
If we’re really honest, how many of the storms in our life have been ones we’ve created ourselves? Even the disciples got themselves into one.
There are so many wonderful promises in the Bible, but many people miss the greatest one of all!
For those who have grown up in Christian circles, it can be easy to hold convictions simply because those around you do. But eventually, everyone has to come to the point where you need to believe it for yourself.
Our faith is never perfect. We are always falling, stumbling, and weak in how we come to Jesus. But be encouraged!