The Lord warned us that we may be mistreated for our faith. How do we bounce back? Friday on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie offers biblical encouragement. We’ll learn some practical lessons from a study in the book of Nehemiah.
What people deem praiseworthy and impressive doesn’t always align with God’s perspective!
King Saul started out head and shoulders above his peers, but despite appearances, he didn’t impress God. God chose David. Obscure, rugged, youthful—David spent more time with sheep than with people. But he . . .
Hard to believe but true. On Easter Sunday, he was waiting for his family to come home so he could end their lives. Vietnam veteran Raul Ries shares how his violent nature spiraled out of control, and how God miraculously intervened through Christian television.
The persecuted church in Smyrna was poor and faltering when they received an encouraging, comforting message from the risen Christ. Listen to Truth For Life as Alistair Begg considers how God produces usefulness out of weakness and riches out of poverty.
Dr. Stanley discusses the "static" we feel in our spirits when we’re not in the will of God. Our entire belief system is based on the promises of God, and we can trust God to be faithful to keep them all. However, many people miss out because they neglect Him and don’t take hold of the promises . . .
They turn their services into musical displays, and their sermons into political harangues or philosophical essays. In fact, they exchange the temple for the theater, and turn ministers of God into actors, whose business it is to amuse men.” Charles Spurgeon spoke those words more than a century . . .