April 22, 2010Being a hero is something entirely different than being a celebrity. Fame is one thing. Virtue is another.
April 22, 2010Prosperity theology teaches that God will bless with material abundance and good health those who obey him and lay claim to his promises. “We don’t have to wait for God’s blessing in the life to come,” it promises. “He’ll send it to us here and now.”
April 21, 2010Phil and Pam are blind. They say there’s no money left to give—and they do their best to make sure of it! No matter what they say to the contrary, their lifestyle proves unarguably that toys, trips and cars are more important to them than God, his work and the needs of others.
April 20, 2010God has created each of us with certain desires that correspond to certain motivations. Each of us has built-in desires for pleasure, possessions, and power. At first this may sound unbiblical, because we have come to think of these things as temptations.
April 20, 2010My brothers and sisters, Let us be wary of praying to Christ with our mouths but remaining mute in our life.
April 20, 2010Prayer among evangelical Christians is always in danger of degenerating into a glorified gold rush. Almost every book on prayer deals with the “get” element mainly.
April 19, 2010Follow Scripture’s lead toward what you should pray for. (If prayer’s the train, make Scripture the rails.)
April 16, 2010Are you a Christian parent? Is your teenager a Christian? Are they thinking like a Christian?
April 16, 2010Another kind of religious leader must arise among us. He must be of the old prophet type, a man who has seen visions of God and has heard a voice from the Throne.
April 16, 2010It was the belief in the accountability of man to his maker that made America a great nation. Among those earlier leaders was Daniel Webster whose blazing eyes and fiery oratory often held the Senate spellbound.