Many Christians struggle with doubting their salvation or with doubting the sincerity of their faith. In this struggle there is a subtle trap, the danger of examining the strength of your faith rather than focusing on the strength of your Savior.
Do I have to pray every day? Many of us wrestle with some form of this question throughout our Christian lives. If we ask in duty to earn God’s blessings, the answer is No. Christians should take the words earn, merit, and deserve out of our vocabulary when speaking
The parable in Matthew 25:14-30 seems unrealistic at first. Does it need another character I'll call the three talent man? This man has faith in God like the first two servants. He goes out in faith and invests his talents, but he loses it all.
When repenting of heart sin, it is hard to evaluate the sincerity of your repentance. Are you really relinquishing your sin? Or are you going through the motions of repentance with no serious desire to change? Who’s to say?
If someone asked you, “How can I grow to love God more?” how would you answer?If you’re like me, you feel just how painfully short you fall of the command to “love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with
All people have to deal with being evaluated, by ourselves and others. This can be terrifying; for some, paralyzing. We can be overwhelmed with what others think about us. We can be obsessed with self-evaluation.