We thank God and celebrate the growth of our readership in the last 12 months.
We need to come back to God and believe in Him.
God has given us the victory in all the situations of our lives by means of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We do know is that they had to be consumed as part of the Passover celebration,
One Biblical term for “the worm that does not die” is the mentioned Greek term, skólex, which appears in the New Testament to refer to Hell, or the permanence of eternal death.
We humans are often motivated to change only when we see the consequences of our actions.
It is impossible to live a Christian life that pleases God if we are not filled with his Spirit.
There is nothing more important than coming to know Jesus as Lord.
We who follow Jesus Christ have also been made priests (Revelation 1:6).
God asks us to be faithful... both to Him and to His word ... nothing more, and nothing less.
The bird is famous for its dances, and its up to five-metre leaps in air when they gather in small groups, in a sort of social recognition ritual.
Certain food agencies are considering the possibility that in the future insects could become the main source of protein for humanity. The Bible envisaged this scenario thousands of years ago.
For many Christians outside the United States, American Evangelicals’ unwavering support for President Trump is bewildering.
God is not going to condemn you for rejecting Him; it is rather that by choosing to ignore Him you carry on in your original state of condemnation.
God himself, the study of his word, and time, will teach and help to correct our errors.
What does Matthew teach us about Christmas?
Jesus Christ came to this world to die on a cross out of love for you.
Art forms are a powerful vehicle for spreading the knowledge of Christ.
God has made provision for irreconcilable enemies to come before him in worship, and to have his love for one another.
Which team do you belong to? Is Jesus your Lord? Don't be ashamed of it!
A pair of swallows can clock up as many as a thousand flights in search of little mud-balls until their nest is complete.
While we are in this life we are still engaged in waging war against sin, despite the fact that it has no lawful power over us.
The Israelites in Moses’ time kept God at a distance and, if we are honest with ourselves, we often struggle with this today. Yet the promise remains: Come near to God and he will come near to you.
The Hebrew term shajaph, translated as “seagull” in the Old Testament, literally means “thinness”.
On many occasions we are more concerned that others should be admiring us, than helping others to win.