As we start our fourth year, we thank God for His Grace, and all our readers for your support.
We have to learn that a complainer is no good to the world.
The greatest desire of God is to have a deep relationship with us, His children.
Sometimes it seems that helpfulness has gone out of fashion, but it hasn't.
Even those who say God doesn't exist blame Him when things go wrong.
I remember one young man who never told me his name or address. He gave me his Olympic Volunteer jacket when he found out I was a foreign visitor.
Constantly watching others can make us lose sight of our own goals.
We are our own worst enemy when we follow only our own desires.
In the Bible we see people like us who were tempted to give in, but were restored by God.
There's nothing like reacting to aggression and scorn with a smile and kindness, turning the other cheek.
The Bible says that time is running out and that all prophecies about the future are about to be fulfilled.
God took the initiative to solve your problems, out of love.
No matter what sort of bad habit we're fighting against, God shows us how to break it.
Sometimes, not deciding and just "dithering" is worse than making the wrong choice.
God expects us to be faithful to him.
The Bible says that some day, everyone in the world will kneel before the Lord Jesus, and acknowledge his lordship over all.
God has promised to be with you, whether things go well or badly.
Whatever you do, you can't heal your worst wound. That's why God provides a remedy.
No-one can consider themselves too old to serve the Lord and others.
Christian forgiveness is not about remorse, saying certain words, or having certain feelings. It's given and received without conditions.
The Bible says that everyone who has received Jesus as Lord of his life is one of his ambassadors.
God established one way to him in Jesus. There is no other mediator, no other system by which to reach God except through Jesus.
If God doesn’t change your inside, you’re living by appearances.
Without commitment, you can't grow in any area, be it sport, work, or relationships, much less in your spiritual life.
You never forget what you learned as a child.
We're the ones who miss the opportunities to do good, help others, speak of God's love, or defeat the enemy.