Desperate times call for deliberate measures. Psalm 119:145–152 gives us an insight in how best to handle the oppositions that arise in the Christian life. The power of sincere, deliberate and informed prayer is modelled by the psalmist, and we would do well to follow
I feel quite confident in assuming that everyone reading this owns a mirror of some description. We use a mirror to see what we look like, to shave the right portion of our beard, or to make sure our hair lies in the right direction.
In late November 2017, a story broke, which, to quote one media outlet, “shocked” and “horrified” the American people. The headline was to the point: “Nation Shocked, Horrified As Christians Hold Christian Position.” The media outlet that published the article was, in fact, The Babylon
What do Christians sing in their misery? That might seem like an absurd question to ask. Perhaps the thought of a broken-hearted, lonely, or despairing Christian is so absurd that it’s comical. And yet I ask the question honestly. We have been making our way