Be careful not to get so caught up in your plan for Christ that you miss His plan for you.
Satan longs to keep you depressed and oppressed. Jesus offers you forgiveness and freedom.
God’s hatred stems from His holiness. Above all else, God is holy. God commands us to be holy because He is holy (cf. 1 Peter 1:16); therefore, we must hate what He hates.
Wisdom calls everyone to fear the Lord. How you respond to her reveals your heart.
While it is impossible to do or say the right thing on every occasion, you can certainly reduce the frequency in which you do or say the wrong thing.
God no longer manifests His presence in a specific building but among a specific people—the Church.
With the construction of the Temple, God reaffirmed all that He had established with the Tabernacle—including His promise to send One that would “bruise [the serpent’s] head” (Genesis 3:15), defeating sin once and for all.
The tabernacle demonstrates God’s desire to dwell among His people and makes accommodations for His holiness and man’s sinfulness to coexist.
Prayer is always appropriate for the believer—when you are suffering, when you are satisfied, and when you are sick.
Instead of being distracted by the uncertain time of Jesus’ return, we need to declare the undeniable truth of His resurrection.
Jesus is God’s final revelation to mankind.
It’s not spirituality or sincerity that validate us before God—it’s the Savior.
Does God encourage polygamy?