Steve Brown Monday February 29, 2016 The source of almost all spiritual problems is an inappropriate effort to avoid the cross. When we, as the church, turn away from the cross, we miss the path that God gave us—the path to freedom, joy, faithfulness and forgiveness. It’s the only way there. We think the cross is fine and necessary for those who aren’t saved…but, once we’re saved, it’s no longer relevant to our lives. We, as Christians, forget that the cross is the very paradigm for who we are and everything we do, think, feel and believe. So if that’s true (and it is), then
Posted by Ravi Zacharias on November 12, 2015 Are you struggling to forgive someone today? Do you realize that by not forgiving someone that has a control on your life? Ravi Zacharias looks at the story of Joseph to see how you can cope with pain and fight through it. That’s on today’s Just Thinking.
Questionable Answers, Part 4 of 4 Posted by Ravi Zacharias on November 5, 2015 Are you seeking forgiveness today? Or maybe you’re struggling to forgive someone for something they’ve done. On today’s Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias shares how evil, justice, love, and forgiveness undeniably point to God.
Read: Hebrews 11:8-16 | Bible in a Year: Isaiah 43–44; 1 Thessalonians 2 Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. Hebrews 11:1 In January 1915, the ship Endurance was trapped and crushed in the ice off the coast of Antarctica. The group of polar explorers, led by Ernest Shackleton, survived and managed to reach Elephant Island in three small lifeboats. Trapped on this uninhabited island, far from normal shipping lanes, they had one hope. On April 24, 1916, 22 men watched as Shackleton and five comrades set out in a tiny lifeboat for South Georgia,