No matter what generation you belong to, you’ll be replaced by the next one. There’s a much more important generation to belong to, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.
You were made for life, and with all the good things that it brings. That’s why Jesus has gone to prepare a place for you in heaven.
Many religious systems in the world start from the premise that God is far away and remains high above or that they can earn closeness to God.
The historical record of Abraham’s life doesn’t seem to point to him as a man of great faith, but instead as a man of a weak and doubting faith.
The primary resonance of Jesus’ teaching in Matthew that we are the salt of the earth, would have been the idea of preservation.
God is certainly a God of justice. God’s love and his justice are not different things, nor are they two sides of the same coin: they are the same thing.
Not everything about darkness is bad. There are things – treasures – you can see in darkness that you will never see in the light.
The common desire for self-improvement is one of the reasons why some people find Christianity attractive. After all, doesn’t it offer transformation?
Would you like to know how to stop God in his tracks and have his full attention? I’m going to show you how – guaranteed!
Some people practice drive-by Christianity, but the Bible doesn’t talk about visiting the house of God. It talks about dwelling in the house of God.