Leave it to Americans to turn the day after a holiday centered around gratitude into one of the biggest shopping days in the calendar year. Black Friday has almost become synonymous with those viral videos of middle-aged parents wrestling like toddlers over moderately discounted…
Happy Thanksgiving!I’m rather late in posting this, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t take a moment to acknowledge just how much I have to be thankful for this year. T…
As Philippians 3 opens, Paul admits that he doesn’t find it a “grievous” or irksome thing to “write the same things” to his audience (Phil. 3:1). In th…
I won’t lie: the Bible sometimes says things that are undeniably strange. Case in point, one of the most perplexing passages in the Books of Kings (and…
This article was originally written for 1517. Paul’s words in the second chapter of Philippians might just be the most important verses when seeking to…
I made the statement in a recent sermon that the functional life of some Christians is born out of an erroneous notion that Jesus’s last words on the c…
I have always loved Philippians 4:6–7, where the apostle Paul says, in no certain terms, “Don’t worry; be happy.” This sentiment of Paul’s ought not to…
The Gospel of Luke contains one of the more unforgettable declarations of the Lord Jesus on the matter of discipleship. Speaking to a massive multitude…
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