Athanasius of Alexandria was a fourth-century defender of the faith. He focused on the scriptural doctrines of the Trinity (Trinitarianism) and the person of Jesus Christ (Christology).
Heaven will be a rest from. . . It will be a rest with . . . It will be a rest for… Find rest for today in that which is to come.
Samuel Davies: God is the guardian and deliverer of His people! Sickness and death are perpetually undermining our lives. Yet God preserves us.
The more the Bible is studied–the more there is found in it to be studied. Fresh light, strength, joy, help, grace, and blessing–break out from it!
You ask me, “why should God be loved?” I answer: the reason for loving God is…
Oh! how safe, how honored, how happy is the Christian, since Christ is our life! He is the source, sustenance, solace, object, and exemplar
of our lives.
“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in times of trouble.” Psalm 46:1
A saint of old, from the mid-1700s, was fond of making lists — lists of the value of things, here and now and things to come.
But godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into the world, and we can take nothing out of it. But if we have food and clothing–we will be content with that. 1 Timothy 6:6-8
God is the refuge of His people. The psalmist tells: “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in times of trouble.” Psalm 46:1
“Nevertheless I am continually with You! You hold me by my right hand.” Psalm 73:23 This is the utterance of a faith which triumphs.
Man is born to troubles as surely as sparks fly upward. Many are the afflictions of the righteous! Here on earth, you will have many trials and sorrows!
Having not traveled this way before, there is much to be considered when entering into a new year. Read words of old that offer timeless truths.
On Christmas morning take time to come to the cradle. Read this poem by legendary author Robert Louis Stevenson and pray this prayer with us.
The Sovereignty of God may be defined as the exercise of His supremacy. Being infinitely elevated above the highest creature, He is the Most High Lord.
Very beautiful is the figure of the loom. God is the Weaver. He has before Him the pattern into which He would fashion our lives.
The Deeper the Work of Grace. It is the characteristic of a growing state of grace not to see its growth, but to see more clearly its shortcomings.
An explanation of core Christians doctrined of regeneration, repentance, faith, and conversion by Thomas Moor, written in 1882
Five points of what it means to deny oneself, from AW Pink, English Bible teacher. Little known in his own lifetime, Pink became one of the most influential evangelical authors during the second half of the twentieth century
Charles Spurgeon offers insight regarding why Christians don’t always receive that for which they pray.
The word’s of The Lord’s Prayer were given by Jesus to teach His disciples how to pray. How do you pray these words?
Matthew Henry wrote “My Times are in Your Hands” on January 1, 1713. He was 50 years old and died the next year.
What is faith? The Prince of Preachers taught that it is made up of three things — knowledge, belief, and trust.
“For the Lord disciplines the one He loves, and chastises every son whom He receives.” (Hebrews 12:6) with a chastening of love.
Martin Luther began The Reformation with his bold stand on salvation by grace alone. But there were others who went before him who just as boldly proclaimed God’s truths. Who were they?