To make plans is not wrong if we trust in the Sovereignty of God. James teaches us to live for the Lord and trust Him for tomorrow.
The key to being at peace with God, others and ourselves is choosing to relinquish our friendship with the world and submit ourselves to God.
Words have power to direct, destroy and delight. Who
Is in control of your tongue? You or Christ?
Jesus’ baptism, temptation and ministry reveal an outrageously life-saving cure for the deadliest virus at all.
Whilst we are not saved by works, entering into saving faith will bring about dynamic and irrevocable changes in what we do and how we think.
Religion is a word many Christians don’t like to use. But when we understand what it means, it shouldn’t be that scary.
Don’t be deceived in regards to Christian maturity. We have a responsibility to the Word: abide, accept and act.
When tempted by Satan, James challenges us to remember our rebirth and and new identity cling to the goodness of God.
Suffering and sin were joined in Jewish thought. Jesus joins the work of divinity working through human suffering so we can see what He sees.
On a day we remember and give thanks for those who died for our freedom, Garth reminds us of Christ’s sacrifice for our eternal freedom.