Lessons from Psalms 89—90 include: Life is so brief compared to eternity. If you have Christ, you have wisdom and hope. If you live for 80 years, it will be uphill all the way. Secret sin on earth is open scandal in heaven.
The ancient prophet Habakkuk questioned why God didn’t intervene when the wicked prospered while God’s people suffered. Sound like a question still asked today? On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains why seeking God’s answer is painful yet also hopeful.
Dr. Gary Chapman shares about creating a nurturing environment in your family. He’ll share valuable lessons he’s learned and unpack five important traits needed to help your family thrive, including serving together, and being a husband who loves and leads.
Many Christians wrongly believe that they are doomed to failure—that some temptations simply are too strong to resist. But as believers, we don’t have to give in!
In Romans 6:5–14, the apostle Paul told Christians that since they were saved by grace, they could now live by grace. The same power . . .
"Duck Dynasty" stars Willie and Korie Robertson laugh at duck call tales, dive into their movie "The Blind," and explore faith, forgiveness, and family. Don’t miss their ideas on actively building a culture-changing family legacy.
In today’s world, people still work to the point of feeling drained. You might be feeling that way even today. Maybe not always from spiritual work, but the busyness of life and the fullness of people’s schedules have caused many to become exhausted.
It’s the quality of love so strong and resilient, the Apostle Paul uses a military term to describe it. Dr. David Jeremiah continues his study of 1 Corinthians 13 with a look at how true love must endure all things, just as an army must defend its ground against all attacks.
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