When Jesus appears to His disciples, initially they are startled for obvious reasons, they witnessed His death.
We have spent a great deal of time unpacking the miracles and wonders of our Lord Jesus Christ during His time here on earth.
I do not know why in our human minds, we misjudge the power of Jesus time and time again.
Jesus Christ’s story is a miracle in and of itself.
When I was twelve years old, horrible stomach pain plagued me for nearly a week.
As a kid, my siblings and I were involved in a number of church activities. My favorite was a ministry called AWANA’s.
“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.
People think it’s complicated to become a believer. Scripture reminds us it is one of the easiest things anyone can do.
When I think about all Jesus has done for me, I want to shout it from the rooftops!
Today, we are going to look at a passage out of Matthew and how Jesus calls us to flavor the world.
If you tuned in last week and watched the devotional, “My Heart for Missions,” then you now know why I have a heart for different areas of our world.
It was 2007, I moved away from my hometown for the first time in my life and began a new path as a professional sign language interpreter.
Many men and women throughout the course of history have stood up for Christ while facing persecution, including death.
Did you know in America today, anxiety disorder affects 18% of the adult population?
Walk into any bookstore and you are likely to find a “self-help” section in the Christianity aisle.
Prayer is the means by which we communicate with our Heavenly Father through intercession made by Jesus Christ.
Save us, we pray, O Lord! O Lord, we pray, give us success!
Right off the bat in verses 19-21, our Psalmist Author, possibly Moses of the Old Testament, immediately expresses praise with adoration and thanksgiving.
Today we jump into part 2 of our Psalm 118 series. Previously we covered verses 1-9 and it was phenomenal.
Psalm 118 is hands down my absolute favorite Psalm in the entire book of 150 chapters.
In this race we run called life, we turn to many things to fulfill our “needs.”
Sin is an all-consuming evil. The all-inclusive list of each individual’s sins…
This age old question has been thought provoking since the beginning of time.
It is a common spiritual emotion to feel inadequate, the feeling we as Christians get, that we will never be good enough to be used by God.
We know the Apostle Paul did much and suffered much for the sake of the gospel.
The Trinity is a term to describe God as three in one.
As with anything in life in which perfection is the esteemed goal, practice is required.
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