In Acts 17 the apostle Paul is in the city of Thessalonica. When the Jews in that city learn he is there, they try to stir the people up against him. They cry to the leaders, “These that have turned the world upside down are come hither also” (v. 6). The Jews had heard of Paul and what followed the …
Every sixty seconds Facebook’s two billion users upload 136,000 photos, update 293,000 statuses, and post 510,000 comments. That content reveals the condition of our hearts.
Only Christ can satisfy our longings, but we often try to do it ourselves by digging our own cisterns.
The birth of Jesus Christ was the fulfillment of God’s promise to send a King.
If you invested your time, energy, and money into your marriage instead of into having and hiding an affair, you would have the relationship that you’re looking for.
For the Christian, every day is Earth Day because we know and serve the Creator.
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.
Instead of being distracted by the uncertain time of Jesus’ return, we need to declare the undeniable truth of His resurrection.
Mount Moriah teaches us that God is concerned with our spiritual development and with our spiritual deliverance.