A reflective poem on God's love, as He sacrificed His Son, to receive the punishment we deserved in our stead.
When Christ enters Jerusalem, he is boldly proclaiming, “My hour has come.” What a marvelous thing for Christians to ponder.
If the FBI will come knocking at your door to take away your guns, what are you gonna? What does God want you to do?
International Women’s Day should not be a day where women strive to prove how necessary they are, but a day that we can honor all the God-fearing women. The women who educate themselves in Scripture and who bring glory to Christ by fulfilling the roles He made for them.
God is true to His Word and He promises that we won't be tempted beyond our abilities. But more than that, He provides a way of escape from temptation.
Seeking God is of infinite importance and it should be the primary desire in every believer.
I specifically address one of the biggest ironies of feminism: the denial to take responsibility of the single most important trait of womanhood.
I heard a cover of the hymn "All Creatures Of Our God and King" again recently, and realized this would be the perfect comeback to the series.
I hope to perhaps shed some light on the man so that we might rejoice together, Christians everywhere, that this brother is at home in glory.