Many will be quick to answer, "November 2nd is All Souls' Day." And that's true! (Read: What is All Souls' Day) However, on the calendars of liturgical churches (Catholic and some Protestant) it is a day designated to remember the souls of the dearly departed. In...
Most Christians know Martin Luther was a great theologian and he started the Reformation. But few know that he was the writer of many hymns.
A favorite Halloween decoration is the jack-o’-lantern. When and where did this tradition start? Does it have a demonic beginning?
A beautiful poem expressing man’s search for identity and finding it in God.
We are a royal priesthood. Are we also called today to be watchmen on the wall and to sound a warning? Do we really have the work of watchmen?
Parable: a short story designed to teach a lesson. The axe, saw, hammer and flame parable is about God’s power, perseverance and providence.
How can we be assured from Scripture that our salvation is secure? What’s the “road map of eternal security” that gives us assurance?
We have all heard, “the Bible says money is the root of all evil.” But that’s not what it says. A Parable of the Poor Christian and the Tax Collector.
Many have used 2 Chronicles 7:14 as a promise that if we do as it says, God will heal America? Is that true?
Christians talk a lot about the Holy Spirit–and that’s good! But what about the human spirit? Does the Bible speak about the spirit of man?