Who can you really trust?

In the early 15th century, the kings of both Italy and Bohemia promised safe transport and safe custody to the great pre-Reformation reformer, John Hus. Both, however…

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How to lean on God in days of doubt

Pastor and author Ravi Zacharias shares a story from British journalist Malcolm Muggeridge about a conversation he had with Svetlana Stalin, the daughter of Josef Stalin…

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The importance of getting quiet each day

Studies show noise affects human behavior. In one experiment carried out by psychologists, a student leaving a library intentionally…

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Finding God’s favor through perseverance

Psychologist Martin Segilman of the University of Pennsylvania advised the MetLife insurance company to hire a special group of job applicants who…

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The redeeming freedom of Christ in your life

When A. J. Gordon was pastor of a church in Boston, he met a young boy in front of the sanctuary carrying a rusty cage in which several birds fluttered nervously. Gordon inquired…

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Responding to God’s love for you

God’s redemptive work in the lives of His faithful people will naturally provoke worship. Author and pastor Leslie B. Flynn once told a story…

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Building a deep dependence on God’s provision

The famous missionary Hudson Taylor knew what it meant to trust in God’s faithfulness. In his journal he wrote…

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The danger of compromising your faith

A New York family bought a ranch out west where they intended to raise cattle. So they packed up everything they owned and moved to their new home…

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How you can pass the test of faith

Em Griffin, in his book The Mind Changers, describes an experiment in which groups of 12 people were brought into a room…

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How to find the courage to stand for what matters

Athanasius, the well-known bishop of early Christianity, stoutly opposed the teachings of Arius, who declared that Christ was not the eternal Son of God…

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