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When God wants to expose the idols in our lives, He sometimes chooses what is most precious to test us.
The badge of friendship is a sacrificial and generous love. “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”
These messages speak directly to the hurts and needs of those whose souls have been defiled, either because of personal choices or because of the misdeeds of others. Here is … See More >
Loving the Lord our God means making tough choices so that we can love Him completely.
We should celebrate Christianity all of the time: when times are good, bad, and even when evil comes our way.
Throughout its turbulent history, the Church has often been diverted from its primary mission. The lure of taking side-roads is tempting, especially in the face of a degenerating culture. We must ask difficult questions and turn to the Bible for answers. In this series, Dr. Erwin Lutzer helps us do …
The subject of trust, or rather lack of trust, is in the headlines these days. I’m writing at a time when new allegations of sexual abuse by priests are being reported every day. Hundreds of people are coming forward to say that someone they trusted — indeed, someone who supposedly represented the highest degree of integrity — deceived them. We’ve all heard of the Enron debacle. We are told that when the wealthy knew the ship was sinking, they bailed out on well-endowed life rafts and left the common investor to float on the open sea. One retiree said that … Read More >
The book of Psalms might well be called “God’s Cure For The Human Heart.” In these messages, God communicates both grace and help for our specific needs. In each … See More >
Christ may indeed be Lord, but for many of us, we still desire to be our own king. This series explores four practical areas of our lives that can be surrendered to the loving reign of Jesus Christ. In response to crowning Christ Lord, there is a joy in being …
Where do your loyalties lie: with God or money?