Contributed on Jul 31, 2011
When we consider pain, there are three particularly painful areas of life: our relationships, our work and finances, and our health. The pain that we experience in each of these areas of life can be traced to the judgments that God delivered after the fa
Contributed on Aug 6, 2011
God's provision for Adam and Eve demonstrates His grace in the midst of our sin.
Contributed on Nov 5, 2011
Genesis 9 is an important “FIRST” in the Bible. In this chapter, God ordains the second sphere of oversight for controlling human behavior. The first sphere that God ordained was in Genesis 1. It is the Family. The second sphere is found here in Genes
Contributed on Feb 19, 2012
Sodom represents the allurment of the world. It proved deadly for Lot, and it will just as surely destroy our lives if we venture close to the world.
Contributed on Apr 5, 2012
Abraham and Lot. Two believers. One trusted God, and the other trusted in his own achievement, power and wisdom. The question for us as we examine their lives and story is simply this. Who do you trust?
Contributed on Apr 28, 2012
The unsaved receive temporal blessings on account of the righteous, but God will not grant these blessings indefinitely.
Contributed on Jan 12, 2013
Even though we sin, God is compassionate and blesses those who call on His name.
Contributed on Apr 6, 2013
Joseph was only seventeen when his brothers sold him into slavery. He faced many struggles that are common for young people today. We can learn from his struggles and victories.
Contributed on Apr 12, 2013
This story of Judah and Tamar reminds us that God’s grace comes in spite of our sin - even through our sin. Grace overcomes the mess that we make of our lives and provides us with something that we could never provide for ourselves.
Contributed on Jul 12, 2013
How can a good God allow human suffering to continue? The story of Joseph provides a powerful illustration that suffering has a purpose, even when we can't see it at the present time.