Tim Keller’s final book does what the writer did for the bulk of his ministry: it infuses a deep gracious call for spiritual transformation.
The only way that you will ever truly accept yourself and be at peace is to really know that God has accepted you through Christ.
In the Bible, Jesus says sin is being confident of your own righteousness and looking down on others is a sin. Does that make coffee snobbery, sinful?
Shame is a big part of addiction. To recover, people don’t need judgment. They need acceptance of who they are, writes Eliezer Gonzalez.
Better than a dishwasher, Jesus cleans, restacks and reshelves us, to a higher shelf than where we really belong, writes Sam Chan.
If you are a child of God, why do we need to ask for forgiveness? The answer to this may seem simple, but the obvious answer might be wrong!
This is for those who may feel that they have been forgotten by God, and who feel that their sins are too great for God to consider them.
There are places in our lives that we haven’t visited in a long time, and to which its good to go back to begin a much needed healing process.
The measure of our forgiveness for others is not the forgiveness we are offered, but rather the forgiveness we choose to receive.
The most important lessons we will ever learn in life are about forgiveness, and we only really learn them the hard way through suffering.