We can fall into a trap of thinking if we try hard enough then we’ll get into God’s good books but there are no terms and conditions to the grace of God.
Some people say that all religions are the same. They’re not. Grace is what sets Christianity apart from all other philosophies and worldviews.
Our entertainment industry is in need of grace, prayer and acceptance – not criticism – from the people who are supposed to represent the love of God.
Do you ever feel like the responsibilities are too big, the challenges are too big, and what others expect of you is too big?
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.
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.
When you understand the Gospel, it breaks down your preconceived ideas of who is acceptable to God and who isn’t. Jesus went out of his way to show that the love of God and his saving power knows no boundaries.
Raw, honest and often uncomfortable, this tragic yet beautiful story of redemption is interwoven with real-life testimonies from modern-day prodigals.
We all fall and we all fail, but what we do after falling short either sets us on a trajectory of grace and redemption, or guilt and shame.
True gentleness is powerful – the kind of power that is respectful yet free to disagree. It does not return an insult for an insult but speaks the truth even if it’s unpleasant.