This article provides four things you will do well to remember after falling into sin, or even when you feel burdened by your sin.
How do you view death? While some prefer to avoid thoughts about death, this is futile. Yet this article explains how the Lord confronts death.
There are many great Christmas hymns and carols we sing at Christmas that speak about the incarnation of Jesus. The marvellous truths in these Christmas hymns should lead us to adoration of God with glad hearts. The article mentions seven magnificent lines from Christmas hymns you probably have never heard before.
How do you know whether you have good or evil ambitions? We live in a society that is influenced by a drive to be ambitious, but not all ambitions are good! This article discusses how you can evaluate whether you have good ambitions or satanic ambitions, and how to shape your ambitions according to the gospel.
How do you know that you are truly saved? Many people lack assurance of salvation, resulting in constant fear and restlessness in their life. The Bible teaches at least three ways that you can know you are a Christian: you can know because you bear fruit, because the Spirit testifies to you that you are a Christian, and because the promises of God affirm this.
There are differing views regarding infant baptism. This article supports infant baptism, showing from Scripture how God is still in the business of blessing the children of believers through baptism, among other ways. The promises of God revealed in the gospel are for both the parents and their children.
Why does a gospel-centred church look like? This articlce explains that such a church bears at least these three fruits: it produces humility, diversity, and is welcoming toward sinners.