Life is uncertain. Nothing exposes this more than the crisis of COVID-19. And yet, God is completely in control. Do we trust Him even in the midst of this pandemic?
Some think that religion and politics shouldn't mix. But politics and morality are often intertwined—and so we as Christians must adhere to the truth when politics impinge upon Scripture.
As believers, we are one in Christ—not because we share common interests, but because we share a common life! And this bond far transcends any political opinions or disagreements.
The church of Jesus Christ is not a political party. In a day of division and hostility, we must remember that the cross of Jesus Christ unites us.
As Christians, it is crucial for us to recognize that the flag of our nation—or any other nation—must be subservient to the cross of Christ. This is especially true at times when the cross is in opposition to the flag.
The theologian Augustine wrote about "the City of God" and "the City of Man." When it comes to politics, we Christians are citizens of God's city. But we are still called to play a role in the city of man.
Have you ever thought about how you can prepare for Heaven? Life is short and eternity is long. What can you do now to anticipate the afterlife?
In the invisible world, Satan stands to accuse us day and night. But, praise God, Jesus also stands to defend us 24 hours a day. Romans 8 assures us of this marvelous truth!
If we could see the invisible world, we'd be surprised about the amount of activity going on around us all the time. Angels are out there and though they do not participate in our redemption, believers can trust that angels are on our side.
Where we go when we are in trouble tells us a lot about who we are. When Saul was in trouble, he went to a witch. Others might turn to alcoholism, consumerism, or workaholism. When you are in a tight place, where and to whom do you turn?