We should always consider the implications of words we use to describe God. What "sounds right" to us is no match for the truth of God's Word.
As followers of Jesus, our hope is found not in the circumstances of life as they change, but in the God who never does.
I wrote a phrase in a recent article that I thought needed a bit more explanation; so here it is: an exposition on the idea that "God is worthy of all praise and He saved us", not "because He saved us". Here's the quote: We cannot fall into the trap of believing “God is worthy [...]
God has uniquely equipped His people to display His glory, and the promises of Isaiah 55 show us how we can daily participate in this mission.
Originally published at DesiringGod.org In many modern churches, it has become common practice to feature a secular song at the beginning or end of a worship service. Pop music — including Taylor Swift, U2, Coldplay, and countless others — now functions as an outreach tool in Sunday morning gatherings. Whether it’s singing the popular Frozen anthem [...]