Paul asks for prayer. What does Paul need prayer for??? Things that we can still be praying for today, actually.
There are two things wisdom encourages us to pursue, and three by-products which are (probably) produced. Read more…
The words of the Teacher, son of David, king in Jerusalem: “Meaningless! Meaningless!” says the Teacher. “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless.”
We know the mercy of God in Christ on the cross, but what does it mean for us. Jesus says, “Blessed are the merciful” … so how do we live this out?
There is mystery of God’s being always present but often feeling so far away.
Are you feeling the reality of the uncertainties of life, the threat of sickness, the dread of death and “eternity pangs”—the ache in your heart at the brokenness of this world and a longing for true life and wholeness?
Power enough for the resurrection of Christ—that much—available to you and me, average joe Christians? Is is possible? What do we do with that?
“Do you know any Christians?” “I like strawberries.” (Excerpt from a real conversation I had.) Strangely enough, upon reading Jesus’ conversation with the woman at the well it seemed was kind of like that, too.
What kind of “soil” best describes how you responded to the gospel?