Louise B. Eavey The Little Boy Thou Gavest Me Dear Lord, I bring to Thee my son Whose tender years have scarce begun. In this wee frame I know full well A living soul has come to dwell Who needs … Continue reading
Your daily dose of true beauty advice… There is time to do anything and everything that God wants us to do. Obedience fits smoothly into His given framework. One thing that most certainly will not fit into it is worry. Here … Continue reading
There is always enough time to do the will of God.
For that we can never say, “I don’t have time.”
When we find ourselves frantic and frustrated,
harried and harassed and “hassled,” it is a sign that
we are running on our own schedule, not on God’s.
I was so grateful to see World Vision’s announcement yesterday afternoon that its U.S. board had decided to clearly affirm the organization’s support of the biblical definition of marriage and reverse its recent policy change regarding same-sex marriage. You can read Christianity Today’s full … Continue reading
Gordon Fee & Douglas Stuart: We want to know what the Bible means for us—legitimately so. But we cannot make it mean anything that pleases us and then give the Holy Spirit “credit” for it. The Holy Spirit cannot be … Continue reading
Hey, what’s this say? And why is this shirt SO big? Oh, you’re going to get me a little sister from Beepyah? Yay! I’m going to be a Bih-Sissuh! Ok, so maybe I had to fill in all the words apart … Continue reading
Lou Priolo: Certainly when a child sins against another individual he should be instructed to seek that person’s forgiveness and, if necessary, make whatever further restitution is required biblically. But in the final analysis, sin is primarily against a thrice … Continue reading
Your daily dose of true beauty advice… Kind words are not always clothed in sweet pleasantness. Some we would rather not hear. But they are kind nonetheless. Genuine kindness has love and the best interest of others at heart. Some situations … Continue reading
Update: Two days after changing its policy regarding employees in same-sex marriages, World Vision announced that it had chosen to reverse the decision and to once again affirm its support of the biblical definition of marriage. If you haven’t … Continue reading
Gordon Fee & Douglas Stuart: Let it be said at the outset—and repeated throughout—that the aim of good interpretation is not uniqueness; one is not trying to discover what no one else has ever seen before. Interpretation that aims at, … Continue reading
Nancy Leigh DeMoss It is possible to be in your home full time but not have a heart for your home, not to have a mother’s heart and a heart for supporting your husband. I know that we have listeners who … Continue reading
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Your daily dose of true beauty advice… Oh, no, it’s not going to go away! That’s exactly what I said when I was told my quadriplegia was permanent. That’s the word that scared me: permanent! You see, colds and the flu, … Continue reading
John MacArthur: The interpretation of Scripture has been something of a battleground for centuries for an obvious reason: it seems so subjective. Doesn’t everyone have his own view? Isn’t one view as valid as another? Not necessarily. I believe there … Continue reading
Christians are always giving testimonies about how “I found the Lord.” But the Lord wasn’t lost. We were, and He found us.