Christian, never accept a cheap substitute for your hope in Christ and His Word.
The Holy Spirit through the Apostle Paul tells us the reasons why we may "super-abound" in hope, both now and for eternity.
The promises of God in Christ are not only a hope for the future, they are the hope of present reality.
"For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have hope."
What should a growing knowledge of Christ and His Word accomplish in the Christian on the inside?
The Adversary of the sinner is also the Advocate of the saint of God. Which one is Jesus for you?
So-called Christian psychology holds out "emotional and relational health" as the goal of the Christian life rather than denying ourselves pleasing Christ.
Does God speak to you the words of comfort, "Your iniquity is pardoned"?
In these chaotic times, it is vital for Christians to focus on what Scripture calls "the reconciliation."
Growing on a firm spiritual foundation results in gratitude for Christ and for the truth.