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A new study reveals Jesus was right about something we find the most difficult to do. Praying for your enemies calms anger and creates better behavior in the midst of hostility from those who provoke and insult us. So says new research from Ohio State...

I found an interesting insight from Philip Yancey’s book on Prayer: “Be still and know that I am God”: the Latin imperative for “be still” is vacate. As Simon Tugwell explains, ‘God invites us to take a holiday [vacation], to stop being God for a...

In the parable of the talents Jesus uses very intentional language to draw a clear line of distinction between the first two servants who doubled their master’s money and the third servant who hid his one talent in the sand. Comparing the language of the...

Do you know who you are? Knowing could change your life, it could rearrange your thinking, it could mean millions of dollars. In 2002, Russell Christoff saw his image on a canister of coffee in a drug store. Evidently, he had modeled for the company...

What if we lived like we believed “God rewards those who earnestly seek Him?” (Hebrews 11:6). Sometimes I think we forget this: When we react to the day’s economic news just like our unbelieving neighbors, do we not forget that God rewards those who seek...