One of the most necessary items in the life of the one following Jesus the Messiah is a character of compassion. This is the person who can see people as God sees them, and love them as He loves them. James Yuen, missionary to Hong Kong, explains how this vital
One of the more-familiar Christmas carols is Charles Wesley’s Hark! the Herald Angels Sing! This song is so full of Biblical references and terms. Today we look at that carol through the eyes of Scripture, with the help of a little one named Daniel, and learn about the New-born King.
People make resolutions all the time. Soon the excitement diminishes yet the task remains unfinished, and many give up. Wouldn’t it be great to make a resolved commitment and see it through? Paul shows how as his discussion with the Romans continues. He discusses matters threatening the unity of the
Churches have disagreed and divided over serious issues, as well as over issues that seemed serious but were trivial. What happens when we disagree? How do we determine what matters? Paul discusses this with the Roman church, and we get to listen in on the conversation!
God’s merciful love affects the way we think and respond to our Savior, Jesus Christ. If we truly know and have experienced God’s merciful love, we will have a different outlook on Jesus and our response to Him will be evident to others in three specific areas.
Neighbors! So many things could be said about them. We all know what neighbors are; and we all know what we think neighbors should be. Paul tells us in Romans 13 that it is more important for US to have a right attitude because WE are someone’s neighbor! The right
The life that is surrendered to the gracious mercy of God finds that God’s love impacts every area of living. We have seen that it affects our relationship to God, to others, to those traveling the Pathway of Hope with us, and those yet to set foot on the pathway.
God’s merciful love must have an impact on the way we think about, live among, live with, interact with, and fellowship with those who are not yet on the Pathway of Hope. How does God’s merciful love impact the way we view those who might be our friends, or even