Our children have a marvelous future. We have to prepare them for it.
To keep a spiritual law, man needs a spiritual power!
Learning from this prime example of British valor.
Which direction will your next step take you?
Paul called true Christians good soldiers for Christ. Are you? Or is Satan ready to take you captive?
This common tree has a lot to teach us about our eternal future.
God’s people are called to be overcomers. An overcomer is a law keeper. But can we do that in our twisted society?
No act of service is too small.
Does God enjoy picking on us by causing us to endure problems? Does He relish exposing our weaknesses?
How do we attain the awesome royal positions God has awaiting us?
How do we ensure that we are growing spiritually so we can produce perfect fruits?
Christ in us will turn every stumbling block, every trial, every crisis and every test into stepping-stones to the Kingdom of God.
A powerful and genuine example of peace was given to this world for a tiny period of time. When you see how people reacted to it, you can understand why we have no real peace in this evil world.
It was the only true peace agreement in modern times! We were shown how to have true peace. But the world quickly moved on, and learned nothing. Now we are racing toward World War III.
The fact is, the real formula for success is to know and apply the seven laws of success.
We are getting ready to help Christ rule this world and the universe!
You’ll never be a success without drive.
Even in harder economic times, people are addicted to idleness and ease. Here is how it is hurting us.
We must understand what true Christian hospitality really is.
Failure can be your greatest tool for achieving success.
How much compassion we have affects the Work of God.
God’s Work needs you to develop this extraordinary godly quality!
There is a great purpose for each and every one of our individual trials.
Surely there be few indeed who would not desire to be more happy, to be truly more joyful.
Few even professing ‘Christians’ understand the difference between being ‘saved by GRACE’ and ‘rewarded according to WORKS.’