Loving our neighbor as we love ourself is the way each of us as individuals has been empowered to help make life better for the people we encounter in life.
We need not wait until Christ finishes His redeeming work on us. We can celebrate the joys of salvation even now, before this work is completed.
Knowing that God has developed an antidote for our sin, we should live lives of patience, gratitude and anxiously awaiting the heritage we have inherited from Christ.
If followed today, God's instructions could help oppressed people effectively create a rich new cultural legacy of victory and achievement for themselves, just as they did during Moses' time.
Be encouraged! Having to endure disagreeable things is not just a part of life; it is a step on the pathway to God’s ultimate victory.
Give your life to Christ so that He can use you in ways that further His kingdom, regardless of how much time you feel you have "wasted" in your prior life experiences.
One thing we can always do is cry out to God. But after the tears, action is required.
In every situation you find yourself in, conducting yourself according to God’s principles in that situation will lead to a successful outcome.
The diversity of the gospel resurrection accounts is among the strongest arguments for their truthfulness.
Jesus’s coming is something that the entire world can and should celebrate.