The greatest miracle of all is the one we celebrate each year on Easter, the resurrection. The resurrection proves Jesus is who He says He is. But how do we prove the resurrection?
Faith. What is faith for a Christian? In Mark 5, we see two different people, with very different stories, and very different faith. But for each of them, different as they are, it’s Jesus at the heart of their faith.
You’re a miracle worker. Yes, you, the one reading this. If you have placed your trust in the power of the Living God, if the Holy Spirit lives in you, then you are indeed a miracle worker.
Bravery. Courage. What are they? What does it mean to be brave? This world offers a variety of answers to those questions. And an array of motivators. Not all of them are honest, or wholesome.
The Bible tells us Satan is real, and that he’s a slanderer intent on leading us astray. Society says that evil doesn’t exist, that everyone has his or her own truth and choices. Which is correct?
We’re called to a life of faith – the Bible tells us that time and again. How do we get the kind of faith where we trust God beyond what we can prove in our own belief?
When our doubts are replaced by faith, we think we’re finally on the right track. And we could be if that faith is in the right person: Jesus. But not if we’ve misplaced that faith.
Doubt arises when we look at a problem and don’t see a solution. Or when we see a solution, but that solution seems impossible.
Miracles. As a society, we’re somewhat obsessed with them. We’re hungry for miracles and we’ll declare almost anything without a clear explanation.