If every person is a light, wouldn’t my light be brighter if I snuffed out all the others?
True Godly fear is and always will be relevant and “modern.” It holds eternal promises. Godly fear brings renewal and creativity. It makes us spiritually agile and resilient.
Jesus was not looking for admirers. Again and again He invites people to be His disciples – His students who follow Him.
The saying, “honesty is the best policy,” was instilled in me, as with many others, when I was a child. This led to me confessing to things I had done such as snitching apples and petty theft. But what happens when you add, “...for yourself”?
You can often read articles or hear discussions regarding moralistic “finger-pointing.” That expression has a strong, negative connotation.
In one way, it is not surprising that the humanistic philosophy is gaining ground. It appeals to people’s reason, and it takes a clear stance. Is there actually any alternative?
This year, the Jewish holiday of Purim falls and February 24th and 25th.
If our eyes are opened for God's plan for our lives, we can celebrate “Purim” every day.
Science is developing extremely rapidly, and there everything is pointing to the fact that mankind will be sufficient for himself. Is there room for God in a modern future?
At the moment, it is not so easy to see any other way out or pretend that I don’t really understand; but what happens when I return to my daily life? I immediately forgot what I saw and what I was going to do.
If feel like I’m going in circles without actually getting anywhere. My stomach is in a knot. I have no peace. This isn’t how my life is supposed to be, is it?
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