The life of the Christian is a life of warfare. But who is our enemy? And how should we fight?
We live in a culture that constantly seeks to emasculate men. However, we should not be surprised. God’s Word tells us that this would be one of the consequences of sin: “Your desire shall be contrary to your husband, but he shall rule over you.”
The Christian life is a fight. We were not born in a time of peace, but a time of war. The question is, who are we fighting and how can we fight well?
In the midst of COVID-19, many people are compromising their faith. Why is this the case?
In our self-centered culture, we are assured that in order to grow in love for others we must first learn to grow in love for ourselves. This may sound biblical, but there is one massive flaw.
We all have people in our lives who are influenced by what we say and how we live. How can we ensure that we are using our influence well?