The complaint of the Christian actress on Twitter reflects the tiredness of many with media which intentionally ignore matters of faith.
Which team do you belong to? Is Jesus your Lord? Don't be ashamed of it!
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.
On many occasions we are more concerned that others should be admiring us, than helping others to win.
We need to ‘speak’ with actions as well as with words, and start with the people around us.
God expects us to be strong enough to make the evil one frightened of our words and deeds.
We should all do what God has prepared for us, wherever he has placed us. And we should do it with a clean heart.
When Adam sinned he looked for something to cover himself with (yes, sin strips you bare, it shows who you really are).
The Bible teaches that blessings and curses cannot spring from the same source.
We can easily think that our hands are of little use and that even our arms could not be trusted on an important mission.
The Bible says that pride was the main cause of man's first sin.
We are part of a team, God's team.
Ask God to help you show love to all, even though some may not want to accept it.
We can fall into the 'busyness' of doing many things, possibly even for God and for fellow- Christians... but without having sought God's face.
Few things have as much influence on a person's performance as their personal problems.
Many are complete unknowns to us, but their glorious stories are written in heaven and thousands of angels sing a song of praise to God as they arrive there.
Our world can never be improved by bitter, griping people.
His arms are open wide, waiting for you. You'll not find a more secure and loving place.
Jesus stepped in and took upon himself the penalty and punishment for our bad deeds.
We say to God one way or another that we don't have time for Him.
God had the first word and, rest assured, He'll have the last.
There is not a single friend who can understand you like God can. He suffered more for us than we will ever be able to take in.
Isn't it odd that we, who are the sons and daughters of the most victorious being ever to exist, should live in defeat?
If God has given everything for us, then surely He deserves that we give Him all of ourselves in return.
If God doesn't stop a child's birth, what right do we have to do it?