It’s that time of year again—the time for New Year’s resolutions. It’s the time when we commit to do better, but know we’ll fail in our resolutions by the end of January. EllipticalReviews.com surveyed two thousand people last year to create a top-ten list of
Conflict between people who love each other and who live in relationship with each other is inevitable. How do Christians overcome these inevitable conflicts in a God-honouring way? We do so, according to 1 Peter 4:8, by continuing to love one another earnestly.
No matter what age of man’s existence we look into, we will always find the struggle between lies and truth. From humanity’s beginnings in the Garden of Eden till today, and no doubt until Christ returns, this sin has plagued, and will continue to plague,
On 16 June 1858 more than one thousand delegates met in the Illinois statehouse for the Republican State Convention. At 5:00 PM they chose Abraham Lincoln as their candidate to run for president. At 8:00 PM Lincoln delivered this address to his Republican colleagues: Mr. President