“Better is a poor man who walks in his integrity than a rich man who is crooked in his ways,” (Proverbs 28:6, ESV).
Giving our money is a biblical concept and honors the Lord. But our money isn’t the only thing we are told to give.
Even though we don't always know why we endure such terrible suffering in our lives, it doesn't mean that we are helpless in the midst of it.
Our words have the power to build up or tear down. We tend to remember this only when speaking, but it goes for texting too.
If you have ever experienced rejection - from a job, school, friends, family - there is good news for you.
The difference between God’s mercy and grace is often confused, though they are commonly both present in someone’s life.
"Just because it is normal, or even sometimes natural, to become angry with God does not mean that we are right in doing so."
"Suffering is never wanted by anyone, yet the Bible says to 'count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds.'"