I do not always leap upwards in faith under my pressures. I sometimes jump down. That is when I sin. My human reactions, though negative, are not sin. They become sin when I follow them through … continue reading.
We are reprinting this story of how the writer came to repentance and the part her family and fellowship played in her restoration. The travail of faith recounted in this story demonstrates God's … continue reading.
The Easter Holidays of my 18th year were my spiritual waterloo. I had begun to question the reality of God and Christ. I was reading such books as John Stuart Mill’s Utilitarianism. I had not lost my … continue reading.
We are admonished in the New Testament to walk as Jesus walked; yet most Christians are painfully aware that they fail, especially in day-to-day living. This article presents the Biblical solution to … continue reading.
It would be good to underline the danger of constant condemnation through the law, of which warning is given in Rom. 8:1. It is probably the most prevalent cause of unhappiness and ineffectiveness … continue reading.
To walk in continuous revival involves 3 main points: Walking with Jesus, Brokenness, Cups Running Over. But when cups do not run over, which is very often—then what? Only sin stops the inner … continue reading.
“The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and a contrite heart, these O Lord, Thou wilt not forsake.” – Psalm 51:17 (King James Version) John says, “If we walk in the light we have … continue reading.