Receiving godly correction in the right attitude is one of a true Christian’s most important responsibilities
There are many great examples of repentance toward God in the Bible. One of the most lucid is that of David.
God gives you the tactics and strategies you need in order to conquer—within His law.
Do you know God—what He is like? God is known by His name. Do you use God’s name properly?
Often members, co-workers and even subscribers write to headquarters to ask what they can do to help God’s Work. Here’s how you can supply God’s Work with great forward momentum.
Christ teaches all of us how much more powerful our faith can be.
David, a man after God’s own heart, will have an exalted position in the Kingdom of God.
How do you know you have God’s truth? How do you know you are in God’s true Church?
What we can learn from the most intimate relationship between any two beings ever.
Used properly, fasting can be one of your most powerful spiritual tools.
We must be a praying people—a temple of prayer.
To be a soaring spiritual success, we must eat more from the tree of life.
The true, living Jesus Christ wants to have a relationship with you!
It takes courage to warn the world!
Israel’s greatest king had a marvelous relationship with God that serves as an example to all of us. To David, God truly was alive!
We will only grow as tall as we are rooted deep!
Just what is ‘saving faith,’ and how do we obtain it?
If we are to prepare ourselves for our future vocation, we had better understand what that vocation is.
True religion shows that God works through one man at a time.
The man depicted in Western art is nothing like the one described in the Bible.
When we nobly fight against the odds and refuse to quit, Christ says it’s romantic and truly awe-inspiring to Him personally!
Five practical ways to strengthen a mental muscle that is critical to your salvation.
Why science cannot find the answer
Meditation is a powerful tool. Learn why and how to use it.
‘Our primary focus in life must be on how we talk to God in prayer!’