In a world filled with uncertainty, there is a place of security. And when we find ourselves facing a challenge or adversity, we have somewhere to run to and someone to turn to, but most people put their confidence and security in other things.
Many Christians approach the new year in hopes that God will begin a new thing. And though He loves to begin new things, let’s not forget that He who already began a good work in you is faithful to COMPLETE what He already started!
Proverbs 31 is often titled “The Virtuous Wife” or “The Virtuous Woman”, but I would call it “The Virtuous Mom!”
Over the past number of years, there have been numerous individuals and articles exposing what some consider the pagan roots of Christmas. Most of these discussions are directed toward Christians, claiming that the observance of Christmas is displeasing to God and even idolatrous in nature. This is a serious claim and worthy of a sound biblical response.
We’ve all heard the phrase, “Jesus is the reason for the season,” but did you know there is a much deeper and more personal reason for the season?
Contrary to what some people believe, God did not send Jesus into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved. So why, then, do so many people feel judged and condemned by God?
Stepping out in faith is sometimes the greatest challenge many people face. But equally challenging—and in many regards, more challenging—is continuing in faith, especially when it seems the promises are not coming to pass. But don’t give up. He who promised is faithful.