Lessons from Psalms 85—88 include: God will judge the world, but He will show mercy to those who turn to Him. Until things are right there will be no peace on earth. We should walk in the light that the Word of God gives us.
Many Christians wrongly believe that they are doomed to failure—that some temptations simply are too strong to resist. But as believers, we don’t have to give in!
In Romans 6:5–14, the apostle Paul told Christians that since they were saved by grace, they could now live by grace. The same power . . .
One of the best things you can offer your child is a sense of humanity and worth. Peter Mutabazi shares his journey from growing up on the streets in Uganda to becoming a single foster dad. It’s an inspiring conversation about the power of God’s love and faithfulness.
Becoming a Christian is personal, but our faith isn’t meant to be kept private. Study along with Truth For Life as Alistair Begg explains how our beliefs should impact the way we live as well as our response to the world’s turmoil and suffering.
You hope to be grandparenting teens for an impact that lasts. But does it look like what you’d think? Authors Mark Gregston and Larry Fowler weigh in on pursuing your grandkids in tough years—in ways that work.
In Luke 11, Jesus’ disciples came to Him and asked Him how to pray. Jesus, being the great Teacher, recognized that their request was an important one. He immediately gave them a model prayer to follow.
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