When I was a kid, there was a series of highly popular role-playing video games, known collectively as the Quest games: Dragon Quest; King’s Quest; Space Quest; Police Quest; Hero’s Quest (Quest for Glory); etc. The player would take the role of the protagonist, who
The way you treat your Bible says a lot about you, what you think about God, what you think about yourself, and what you think about others. Do you read it? Do you read it expectantly? Do you read it joyfully? Do you read it
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.
One way to define spiritual maturity is “singlemindedness and stability.” When James wrote his epistle, he opened by writing about trials. He tells his readers to count it all joy when trials strike, because of what the trials produce (1:1–4), and urges them to seek