The third of seven key Old Testament verses highlights how God has always had a purpose for his people.
Seven Sentences #2 is about how God’s people are to be dispensers of blessing not collectors.
A "Summer Shorts" message from the fifth shortest book of the Bible focuses on how believers should contend for the faith.
The French philosopher Voltaire is said to have held a grudge against the OT prophet Habakkuk, calling him a "rogue" who was "capable of anything." Nevertheless, countless faithful souls have…
The ending of the Book of Jonah is a shot across the bow. How big are our hearts?
Sometimes the way up is down, especially in those belly-of-the-fish times.
The radical spirit of loving-kindness and self-giving we see in Jesus shone brightly the night Naomi sent Ruth to the threshing floor.
Don't let go of the possibility that there is considerably more to God’s involvement in our lives than we might detect.
The first chapter of the Book of Ruth reveals that your light can still flicker even during the darkest of life's moments.
Pack away a piece of God’s mindfulness and care in your heart. Wrap it carefully like a precious gem.