Resources About Regret
When we make bad decisions, we often sacrifice the permanent on the altar of the immediate.
Many Christians become so discouraged because of their sins and failures that they give up on ever having fellowship with God again. They also fear that their broken relationships will … See More >
All of us have made decisions we’ve regretted. Some of our bad choices had few negative consequences; others have determined the direction of our lives. These messages give hope … See More >
Sermon preached at The Moody Church, Sunday morning, January 25, 1953 When I spoke to you about the Christian and worship from the Old Testament story of Abraham and Isaac, I showed you something of what is involved in Christian discipleship: the price a man or woman must pay if they would walk with God and be used by Him. It is left to every individual to make the choice, whether they will walk with God or choose another path. May people who have faced the cost of this kind of thing rather think that it’s too big a … Read More >
David’s kingdom was in turmoil, yet he died believing in his God.
On the night of Jesus’ betrayal, Peter boasted too much, prayed too little, acted too soon, followed too far, and thought too late.
Alcoholism. Child Abuse. Divorce. Gluttony. Abortion. Homosexuality. Sexual Addictions. Is there a place to begin again? No one can go back to the starting line in the race of life … See More >
In Making the Best of a Bad Decision, Pastor Lutzer shows that no matter how many wrong paths you have taken, there is still a right one just up ahead … See More >
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 >
Today’s Reading: Matthew 27:3-10Today’s Reference: 2 Corinthians 7:10 “For godly grief produces a repentance that leads to salvation without regret, whereas worldly grief produces death.” Judas knew he’d done wrong—we always do, don’t we? So he brought the silver back to the chief priests and elders out of guilt. Notice that these men, who were so friendly when he could be of use to them, now said, “What’s that to us?” and sent him away still full of remorse. Judas responded to his sorrow in the wrong way. If all we do with our sin … Read More >