What are we to say to someone who thinks they know better than God? Ironically, nothing. In Job, God already said plenty.

God is One and at the same time the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. For many people, that just doesn’t make sense. Let’s see what the Bible says.

God is the sovereign ruler of this world. Do we understand what that means? If not, there’s a story in the Bible that illustrates it perfectly.

Something simple is missing in the lives of far too many Christians – an awe and wonder of God Almighty. What can we do to restore that wonder?

We’re constrained by time, yet God exists outside of time. What do we mean when we say that? And do we grasp what it says about Him?

Authority resides in God above before any one else. We would do good to remember that as we sit down after another election if we’re happy or sad about the results.

Lately, it’s popular to protest, but is that something we can do or should do once we know who we’re really protesting against?

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.

We all know John 3:16. Do we know it’s about more than love, it’s also about appreciation. In a world that is growing ever more selfish, are we still appreciative?

God is love, but is He more than that? In this short post, we discuss what it means to say, “God is just” as well because He is both perfectly.