Jesus endured more on the cross than we may realize. His hands, feet, and body were broken, but what about His peace of mind?
The trials Jesus faced from the Jews and the Romans are some of the worst moments in all of history. They should have vindicated Him, instead they condemned Him.
Jesus’ experience in the Garden of Gethsemane was quite emotional. The abuse He took from His very own is much worse than we often realize.
The suffering Jesus endured the day of His trial and crucifixion is truly heartbreaking. This first lesson covers the emotional toil of the Last Supper.
Authority resides in God above before any one else. We would do good to remember that as we sit down after another election.
Patience is a virtue, but is it one we value? Is it something we long to possess? It should be, because God is patient and we want to be like Him.
What lesson does the older brother in the Parable of the Prodigal Son teach us about reaching out to those we deem undesirable? Quite a bit.
Some verses are very well-known but they don’t always mean the same to each of us who read them. John 3:16 is about more than love, its also about appreciation.
When Jesus healed a man possessed by demons, He taught us about power. The man and those around him teach us about faith.
Jesus had many encounters with people seeking His help. This moment from Matthew 15 is quite exceptional.