During the hardships of the coronavirus, we remember the mourning of Abraham which led him to seek God.
Fear of God alone, not fear of man or fear of anything in this world that leads to faith in God.
On this day, we pray for the new President and Vice President.
The only way you and I can resist sin and overcome temptation is by the power of God.
All sin is serious in the eyes of God.
In this passage, we see a picture of intercessory prayer.
In order to experience the blessings of God's covenant, Abram was called into communion with God.
In this passage, we see a blatant disregard for the promise of God.
The reward of your faith is not just eternal life; the reward of your faith is God.
While it is easy to depend on ourselves, we choose to depend on God alone.
When Lot pitches his tent next to Sodom, he sets himself up for spiritual downfall.
The mission of God to make his glory known, his goodness known, his grace, his blessing, his salvation known among all the nations.
The lack of common language certainly hinders relationship with one another.
The gospel is for all people in all nations among all ethnicities.
God, we pray that abortion would come to an end.
Despite our shortcomings and inability to remain faithful to our promises, God is eternally faithful.
As believers, we are called to obey all that God commands of us through His Word.
Apart from God, we will experience God's wrath. Our only hope is that God would find favor in us through the life of Christ.
For believers, death is not the end. If we are in Christ, we will spend eternity with Christ.
When we are tempted by sin, we should cry out to God and pray for His help.
Rather than running from God when we sin, we should run towards Him in repentance.
God, would you teach us not to disobey your commandments?
God is so powerful that when he spoke, light came into being.
At the end of a long, hard year, we must be strong in the Lord and rely on His strength.
Marriage is a picture of the covenantal commitment where the husband loves his wife like Jesus loves the Church.
God, would you remove the sin in our life by opening our eyes to our sin?
Today, we pray that this year would be a time that we grow closer to God and experience His love in a greater way.
God's grace creates His people. The household of God is only possible because of his grace towards us.
God's grace is on display to His people through Jesus Christ.
The good news we celebrate on Christmas day is that the Lord of hosts sent His son.
In this passage, Malachi prophesies about a man who will make the way for Jesus, John the Baptist.
God's covenantal love opens up an opportunity to commune with him.
As Christians, we should seek to worship God in reverence and make his name known among all peoples.
The day will come when the Lord will reign over all the earth.
When Jesus died on the cross for our sins, he fulfilled the prophecies of long before.
Rather than running away from God, we ought to run towards Him trusting Him as our good shepherd.
The sovereign God of the universe provides for His people.
During the Advent season, we long for the second coming of Christ as the Jews longed for the first coming of Christ.
God has a heart for people from every nation and tongue.
God, help us to serve those like the widow, the orphan, and the poor.
When life gets hard, we will not overcome by our power or might, but through the Spirit of God.
The Lord gathers his people together around his throne.
Despite our sin, God is calling us to return back to him.
Rather than being afraid, we should be strong in the Lord.
God's people were blinded from the glory of God by their sin.
The Lord rejoices over His people with gladness and joy.
In everything, Christians are to seek Jesus by living righteously and humbly.
No one can escape the coming judgment of the Lord apart from the grace of God.
Regardless of our circumstances, joy comes from the Lord.