“Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion! Shout aloud, O daughter of Jerusalem! Behold, your king is coming to you; righteous and having salvation is he, humble and mounted on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey.”
These old words...
In times like these, we’re called, like God’s own passion, to find home again–to relocate our hearts in suffering by finding the greater joy that comes by letting go, and the home-coming of being found again.
Suffering blurs the vision. Through the fog of confusion or the veil of tears, afflictions obscure our lens of life. They tend to displace our emotions and reconstitute our...
As Queen Elizabeth II reminded us in her speech April 5, we would do well to view men and women with compassion, rather than crushing them under the weight of our divine expectations. We have to learn the wisdom of seeing people as people.
Someone told me recently that he wondered if humans only truly ever pray when we are in the midst of despair. Despite creed or confession, is it only when we have no other excuses...
If apologetics is to be done effectively, we must connect with the person at the level of the personal and understand where the individual faces their personal struggle.
In his 1989 book, In the Name of Jesus, Henri Nouwen recounts a time of grave spiritual atrophy. Nouwen was a highly regarded Ivy League professor as well as an in-demand speaker...
We need a vision of God for who He really is and the passion to pursue life as it is meant to be lived.
A personal update from Ravi Zacharias
It’s easy to say Jesus is good when things are going well; it’s another thing entirely to say he is good when we are ill, when we’ve lost our jobs, when we’ve lost a loved one, or when it seems like our world is falling apart. Is Jesus who he says he is?
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