There is an urge within all true Christians to let their “light so shine before others that they may see your good deeds and give glory to your Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16). This is good and commendable. For many, however, this has
We saw last week that, in Numbers 15, God provided his people with a gracious revelation assuring them of a future loaded with favour. The next generation would inherit the land forfeited by the faithless behaviour of their parents. In the text before us today,
Charles Colson was an American attorney and political advisor who served as special counsel to President Nixon from 1969 to 1970. Implicated in the Watergate Scandal, he served seven months in prison. As he faced arrest, a friend gave him a copy of C. S.
Life can be disconcerting, disorienting, discouraging, and even dangerous. For many, life is aimless, empty, futile. Amid the conflicting voices telling us what’s what and how we should be living, frustration sets in as our attempts to make life work seem completely futile. We desperately