“There are all kinds of devotional aids for which we have reason to be thankful. However, nothing can or should take the place of the regular, systematic reading of the Bible, which contains everything necessary for salvation.” – Alistair Begg In the busyness of life, it can be difficult to get into the routine of reading the Bible each day. But spending time in God’s Word daily is important to growing in faith and viewing life through the lens of the Gospel. Truth For Life offers a Bible reading plan by Robert Murray M’Cheyne. The plan is divided into two sections,…

What are some ways we can grieve the loss of our individual dreams, especially when the pain hurts so deeply? Here are three suggestions.

Missionaries in foreign countries prepare by learning a new language, finding out about that country’s culture, and researching the physical needs of the area. You can do the same thing wherever you are.

Instead of hiding our grief and attempting to walk through it numbly, we serve a God who wants us to break down to Him.

Isaiah 9:6 reminds us we can have hope and joy this time of year, no matter how painful the past has been.

Before busy lifestyles try to steal our time and energy, we can spend a few moments with God every day.

Lord, give me wisdom as I study your Word so that I can discern exactly what you have written for me to understand.

May we stand together in unity as believers in Christ, and pray for God to heal our land, and strengthen His people.

In every single situation in our life, whether it be a good one or a difficult one, we can also turn to the Lord in prayer.

 A simple pause to thank God for that one thing in the midst of challenges can change our outlook from discouraged to hopeful.

In the midst of the trouble and when life is hard, His peace is there. Rest in this wonderful assurance.

Today’s verse reminds me to let go and let God do what God does.

God, who would spare a guilty man from excessive whipping so he would not be humiliated in front of his brother, did not spare Jesus from degradation.

The Bangla Sahib Gurdwara has remained open through wars and plagues, serving thousands of people food. During India’s ongoing coronavirus lockdown about four dozen men have kept the Sikh temple’s kitchen open, cooking up to 100,000 meals a day.

Dear God, We thank you for the freedom you have given to us. We remember today the cost of it all. The great sacrifice for freedom.