by Jenny Walsh
Have you ever thought you were losing the spiritual battle over your child as one thing after another goes wrong even as you pray with all your heart?
by Nivine Richie
How easy it is to grow weary, lose focus, and become ungrateful. And yet, these very weaknesses—the same weaknesses faced by the disciples—point us to the One who prays for us.
by Joel Beeke
Recognize that true prayer is a gift of the Father, who gives it through the Son and works it within you by the Spirit, who, in turn, enables it to ascend back to the Son, who sanctifies it and presents it acceptable to the Father.
by Donald Whitney
Given that bearing the burdens of others in prayer is characteristically Christian, how then should we pray for one another?
by Mark Jones
One of the most publicly and socially acceptable sins is flattery. That’s why it is also such a dangerous sin. Consider this Yiddish proverb: “Flattery makes friends and truth makes enemies.” But the friends made by flattery are not worth having at all.
by Michael Riccardi
But what many don’t know about Augustine was his consistent emphasis on the centrality of the affections—and particularly joy—in the believer’s life. In fact, he even defined love for God in terms of enjoying Him
by Albert Mohler
The Christian church now finds itself facing a new reality. The church no longer represents the central core of Western culture. Though outposts of Christian influence remain, these are exceptions rather than the rule. For the most part, the church has been displaced by the reign of secularism.
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