The wisdom offered in the book of Proverbs is worth more than gold or silver. Find out how Proverbs can help your kids avoid serious mistakes and live a faithful life in God’s world.
Reject Complacency and Live an Exceptional Christian Life
The most important relationship in your life is your relationship with God. No other relationship comes close. Grow in knowing and loving Him.
If you are at a loss of what to pray for, here’s a solution – simply open your Bible for an endless source of ideas. Here’s how to do it.
Prayer can be hard work. Most Christians are probably not happy with their prayer life and know they need to improve. Here are some helps identifying problems and how to make prayer easier.
Money and materialism can be a real hindrance to the Christian life and love for God. Yet these things are a necessary part of life. How do we seek Christ’s kingdom first without letting money get in the way? Jesus tells us how in Matthew.
There are many ways to read the Bible depending on what you want to accomplish (topical, exegetical, etc.). But how should we read the Bible for the greatest spiritual edification? How should our Bible reading fit in with God’s goals for us? We answer that question and present a model for devotional reading.
Most Christians know they need to apply God’s truth to their lives. But often we forget to apply it to all of who we are and not just a part. The “Head, Heart, Hands” method of application helps us think holistically about how God wants to form all of who we are into the image of Jesus Christ.
The most important thing in your life is your relationship with God. Why? God is the “Greatest Good.” There is nothing better for a person than God. And the condition of your relationship with God determines your eternal destiny.
Author of the book “The Hole in Our Holiness,” professor and minister Kevin DeYoung explains the vital need for sanctification in the Christian life.
If you could ask for one thing to make your life better, what would it be? If your answer is anything but “God,” you are missing out on the greatest possible good.
R.C. Sproul explains how the mind is corrupted by sin and the priority of loving God with the mind must first start with a new spirit. Then he explains the connection between loving God with knowing and worshiping Him.
Have you ever wondered why all things exist? Does the universe and everything in it have some grand meaning or is it all meaningless? Is the meaning of all things something we can know or is it shrouded in mystery? Fortunately for us, God has not left the meaning of the world a complete mystery.
The Christian life is not merely about rejoicing in the power of Christ for salvation. The power of Christ is at work in Christians so that they may truly consider themselves “dead to sin.” Dr. Martyn Llloyd-Jones explains this from Romans ch.6-8.
The Protestant Reformation was about more than a recovery of the Bible and its doctrine of salvation. God was ultimately dealing with the problem of the human heart and spiritual death through His grace in Christ.
When God created everything, did He “become” Creator and thereby change? Or was God always Creator even before things began to exist? This advanced theology lecture touches on God’s unchangeableness, His eternal nature, and how He interacts with His creation.
If you struggle with anger, or have to deal with someone who does, you may know how destructive this sin can be. The book of Proverbs has several insights into the nature of anger and how to handle it.
Paul Washer emphasizes the vital need for prayer for future ministers from Matthew 6:9-11. This message will benefit all Christians who desire to grow in God-centered prayer.
Joel Beeke, minister and president of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, explains why prayer should be an absolutely indispensable part of the Christian’s life and ministry drawing from lessons he learned studying the Puritans.
Do you need motivation to fight sin in your life? Do you need help understanding why you need to put sin to death?
Be encouraged – you can confess your sin and be assured of forgiveness through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice and current work as High Priest.
Though the Antichrist is a figure that will come in the future, many don’t realize that other antichrists are actively opposing the work of Jesus Christ now. Learn how to be protected from their deceptions.
The Internet has made extremely cost effective ways of learning more and more abundant every year. In fact, there are several places you can learn Reformed theology without paying a dime.
How does the New Testament relate to the Old Testament? Do any Old Testament laws apply to the Christian today? If so, how much? Romans 13:8-10 connects love and the law in some very interesting ways.
How do great Christians become great? Often God shapes His servants through the fire of many trials.
How does God’s eternal punishment of the wicked cohere with His love? Why does God choose to punish people in this manner? The glory of God is the answer.
What does the curse of this obscure law buried in the book of Deuteronomy have to do with Jesus’ death on the cross? Everything!
Why does the Apostle Paul call love the “greatest” when compared with faith and hope? We take a closer look at why Paul makes this astonishing statement.
Fundamental to knowing God is understanding His profound uniqueness as a divine being – there is none like Him and there is no other than Him.
The connection between God’s Spirit and God’s Word may be closer than you realize.
What is better than silver or gold? The wisdom of God which provides riches you just can’t buy.
The doctrine of election is incredibly relevant to your Christian growth and affects your humility, thankfulness, joy, obedience, good works, evangelism and even worship.
What is a Christian’s greatest duty? What are we to pursue first and foremost as highest priority?
What is your purpose? What is life all about? It’s probably not what you think – its far better!