As the gospel of the kingdom spreads rapidly around the globe, we must pay attention to its significance as a timing indicator for the restoration of the kingdom to Israel. Daniel Lim links current trends to biblical prophecy.
What does God's kingdom coming to Israel really look like, and how do Jesus' words about it relate to us today? Daniel Lim gives us some indicators and ways to position our hearts.
As we grow in dependence upon God, knowing our weakness and yet receiving His strength, our love and gratitude unto God grow and expand.
In Samuel Whitefield's own words, "the Bible repeatedly commands singing and predicts the Church will be a singing people in the most difficult hour of history." He explores in this blog why God uses singing in such a profound way in and for His Church.
Believe it or not, happiness is tied to emotional intelligence. John advises fathers how to help their sons grow into mature, healthy men.
"Even in the Bible’s darkest moments we can see the beauty of God’s person shining through." Samuel Whitefield gives a hopeful perspective on the fall of man in Genesis 3.
Daniel Lim breaks down five biblical tasks that "constitute the final frontier of works for the corporate Bride of Christ that will make her ready for the marriage of the Lamb at the return of Jesus Christ, her Bridegroom."
Although our sin and weakness make us "dark," God says we are lovely. Gain confidence in How He sees you.
Many believers are ignorant of the beauty and glory of Jesus that are revealed in the book of Revelation. Daniel Lim challenges us to know Jesus in this way.
Adapted from chapter 2 of The Nations Rage by David Sliker The Father has chosen to bring forth and establish justice…
Worship frees us to commune with God. Let your soul be renewed as you take time to rejoice in His goodness and love.
Looking at difficult times here and great peril—and glory—ahead, David Sliker calls attention to the urgency of being prepared to walk in dynamic union with God through the Holy Spirit, prayer, and agreement with His Word.
Want to move from burnout and working for God to lovesick fascination? Discover Jesus, our primary reward, in this blog by Mike Bickle.
Some Christians focus on God's love but not His severity, while Scripture clearly emphasizes both. A call to balance, or complete, our perspective.
In the midst of racial conflict, Stuart Greaves instructs us on how to let our souls rest in God through prayer, revelation, and the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
We are caught in a desire for change yet get frustrated when circumstances change around us. How do we handle this wrestle? Learn from one man's journey and inner struggle.
Do we shut down in the face of crisis, or allow Jesus to meet us there? Allen Hood shares his personal journey of responding to the Coronavirus /COVID-19 pandemic by clinging to the words in red.
In shakings, our faith (or lack thereof) is revealed. Which path will we choose—fear or faith?
Need hope in troubled times? One man's story of finding God in his darkest moments can encourage you.
God's Grace can sustain us as life goes from normal to quite different in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19). See how one man adapted.
The power of life and death is in the tongue. How can confessing the risen Christ in you build your faith and help you overcome? Get fresh perspective this Easter!
As world events change rapidly, we can find hope and peace in the unchangeable truth of God's character and His promise of faithfulness.
Whether it's pain, shame, bitterness, or loss, the gospel offers hope and healing in Jesus' name.
Struggling to adjust to corporate worship online during these times? Veteran worship leader Justin Rizzo shares some encouragement and advice
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