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James says that human life is a mist that appears for a little while and then vanishes away. This obvious fact has profound implications for us as we process the current health and economic crisis in the U.S.
King Jehoiakim didn’t like the message in Jeremiah’s scroll, so he cut it in pieces and burned it in the fire pot. Are we guilty of doing sort of the same thing
Solomon warned us against talking too much when we enter the Lord’s house (Eccles. 5:1). Sometimes it’s a good thing to just stop and gaze on God in his glory (Ps. 63:2-3).
We are living in a post-truth culture. Feelings and personal preferences matter more than facts. And what is the fall-out?
The church can’t grow unless we take up the cross and carry it. If that sounds painful to us, we’re on to something.
The popular thing these days is to claim Jesus and deny the church. But according to the Bible, is this even possible?
James and John wanted to call down fire and burn up a Samaritan village that rejected Jesus. But their bad attitude was inconsistent with the church’s mission.
Ten of the 12 spies sent to Canaan returned with a pessimistic report. Why did the Israelites take the bad news to heart?
Jesus expects the church to grow, and he wants us to promote that growth in every way possible. But do we have to welcome people who get on our nerves?