This transformation of our mind is a significant theme through the letters of the apostle Paul. He calls us to have the “mind of Christ.”
In this verse of Romans, the apostle reveals a vital spiritual principle: God can fill you with all joy and all peace.
Paul is referring to those who are weak because they insist on certain religious principles – ones that are voided by our liberty in Christ.
In one of Jesus’ famous parables, it was “by persevering” that good qualities such as a noble heart, became fruitful.
5 out of 7 days we can work not primarily for those who employ us, but doing everything in the name of Jesus, writes Brian Harris.
Some of the most bitter people have the most to be grateful for – they just can’t see it, writes Brian Harris.
Being merciful is more than refraining from sticking the knife in… it’s also about having eyes open to see those who are struggling.