The Discipline of Grace
The grace that saves is a grace that sustains and motivates the believer. Grace teaches the believer to be godly in this present world.
The Christian’s Secret Life (Part 4): Forgiving Others
Out of all the prayer guidance Jesus gives in His sermon on the mount, there is only one topic that He goes back to: forgiveness.
The Christian’s Secret Life (Part 3): How To Pray
Is the "Lord's Prayer" a mindless liturgy to you? Did Jesus mean when we pray, we must use these exact words?
Greatest Display of God’s Holiness? The Cross
What could we say is the greatest display of God's holiness that is found in our Bible? The burning bush, whereby Moses was told...
Is It OK To Question Someone’s Salvation?
Questioning the salvation of other professing Christians can often be perceived as unloving or judgmental. But is there a Biblical warrant to do so?
The Christian’s Life in Secret (Part 2): When You Pray
Do you pray? And if so, how do you pray? In Matthew 6 Jesus gives us three categories of people and how they pray.
The Value of Trials and Suffering
What are some lessons that we can learn in the midst of our trials? These lessons add significant value to our trials and suffering.
The Christian’s Life in Secret (Part 1): Giving
The Lord Jesus continues His discourse in Matthew 6 by addressing the Christian's secret life. A Christian is no more than what he is in secret.
What Does It Mean to Fear the Lord?
What does the fear of the Lord look like in the life of a Christian? Do you have a scriptural balanced view of God that leaves you absolutely awed by Him?
How to Encourage My Husband When He Fails?
Question: How can I encourage my husband when he falls short? This was asked during a Question and Answer Session at 2021 Fellowship Conference.
Sober-Mindedness is Not Starchiness, Solemn is Not Sad
How do we encourage ourselves about sober-mindedness, and how do we encourage one another about sober-mindedness?
Is There Anything Special About You?
Is there anything special about your love? Do you only love those who love you?
Is Christ’s Return Imminent?
Is it possible that Jesus could come back at any moment? Or are there certain events that must take place first before He comes?
Lloyd-Jones: Do Not Be A Young Believer’s Conscience
We must ask: Is it right for us to take the position of conscience to another? That procedure produces smug, self-satisfied Christians.
Christ’s Call to Die to Self
Christ gives us four examples that reveal our constant tendency to be watching out for ourselves and our self-interest.
Faith and Feelings in the Christian Life
How should a believer handle subjective feelings in the Christian life? What role, if any, do feelings and affections...
15 Reasons Folks Skip The Prayer Meeting
Are you part of a church that puts a major priority on the prayer meeting?
Vows, Oaths, Swearing
Jesus Christ forbids us from swearing and taking oaths in the well-known Sermon on the Mount.
Divorce and Remarriage
The Pharisees had a skewed view of marriage and divorce. They taught that you could divorce your wife...
Trust God Even When You Have No Feelings
Do you trust the Lord even when you have no feelings? We need to remember that God often withdraws His sensible presence from us to test and purify our faith.
Adultery In The Heart
Jesus compares this war on lust with someone cutting off their own limb or gouging out their own eye. We must deal drastically with sin...
My Soul’s Needs and Biblical Keys For Growth
Preachers will often study and preach on the very issues that they are wrestling through in their own soul.
Murder in The Heart
Upon Jesus' discourse in the Sermon on the Mount, He begins to deal with further issues of the heart, the first being 'murder in the heart.'
Are You More Righteous Than A Pharisee?
The Pharisees were the religious leaders in Jesus' day and they were looked up to as a standard of righteousness.
Christ, The Law and You
Jesus said that He didn't come to abolish the law, but rather to fulfill it. What does Jesus mean when He says that?
A Prayer For Abounding Hope
We have in the immediate context three usages of the word hope (v. 12 could read hope) and thus it could be entitled “A Prayer for Abounding Hope.”
Let Your Light Shine
If you are a Christian, you are a person who is a light in a world full of darkness. And as much as the world hates it, you must not hide your light.
Have Faith in God: Laying Ahold of His Promises in Prayer
In Mark 11:22 and Jesus answered, saying to them, "Have faith in God." This is a command, isn't it? He does not say, ask for faith. He does not say wait for faith.
Christian Certainties: How to Maintain Fellowship With God
As you continue to walk in the light and agree with God, your fellowship with Him will be continual and sweet.
You Are The Light of The World
One of Jesus' well-known "I AM" statements was that He is the Light of the world (John 8:12). But we need to remember the amazing truth that by virtue of our union with Christ...
Marriage, Family and Parenting
What are some principles that can help with being a godly spouse and a godly parent? In this video, Paul Washer deals with multiple topics and in the second half answers questions from the audience.
You Are The Salt of The Earth
But if we are to be salt, we must both be different from the world and yet still make contact with the world.
What Does Progressive Sanctification Look Like?
What does progressive sanctification look like in a believer's life? Growth is something that you cannot see a dramatic...
Lord, Teach Us to Pray
You may know theology, but do you know how to pray? We need to remember that the disciples didn't ask Jesus how to preach, perform miracles, walk on water, etc.
The Gospel to Young People
The Gospel isn't just for overtly wicked lost people; it's also for the self-righteous religious kids who grow up in Christian homes.
Advice on Reading Solid Christian Books
We must not dare neglect the Bible, but we also shouldn't dismiss the benefit of reading solid Christian literature.
The Heart Behind the Second Coming
The second coming of Jesus Christ shouldn't just be considered as an academic eschatalogical event on our theological timeline.
Pray With Confidence Because God Hears You
What a glorious reality that when we as Christians come to pray that we're not just filling the air with words and wasting our breath. But rather, we have on the authority of God's Word...