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Anger management: How to tell godly anger from ungodly anger
On the surface, anger might seem like a negative emotion, something you need to suppress or avoid. But even Jesus got angry, says televangelist Andrew Wommack. His cites this example:  “Jesus drove the money changers out of the temple. He didn’t approach them meekly and say, ‘Guys, I’m sorry. I Read More »
Kenneth Cox: You are a missionary
  If you consider yourself a Christian, then you are automatically something else too: A missionary. That’s where Kenneth Cox begins in a sermon he teaches called “To You Is Promised a Wonderful Gift.” Cox, a Seventh Day Adventist evangelist, teaches an engaging lesson on what it means to be Read More »
What our soul can learn from autumn leaves
  The beauty of the fall season is an opportunity to learn from nature. Autumn brings with it several spiritual lessons worthy of meditation, according to Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, who write for Spirituality & Practice. The Brussats write about three lessons from autumn:  Balancing darkness and light.  As Read More »
A prayer for the New Year
This prayer from Billy Graham was written for “The Saturday Evening Post” in 2008. This is an abridged version.   A Prayer from Billy Graham   In the midst of life’s temptations and the pull of our stubborn self-will, help us not to lose our way but to have the Read More »
Shhhhh. How to strengthen your spirit with quiet
  If you always feel busy and stressed, chance are you aren’t spending much time enjoying the peace of quiet and still times. It’s hard to find time for quiet in a noisy world. Belief.net suggests some easy steps to strengthen your spirituality and reduce stress by make time for Read More »
“That we love one another”
2 John 1:1-6 The elder unto the elect lady and her children, whom I love in truth; and not I only, but also all they that know the truth; for the truth’s sake which abideth in us, and it shall be with us for ever: Grace, mercy, peace shall be Read More »
“Death no longer has mastery over him”
Romans 6:8-11 Now if we died with Christ, we believe that we will also live with him. For we know that since Christ was raised from the dead, he cannot die again; death no longer has mastery over him. The death he died, he died to sin once for all; Read More »
“I will cry unto God”
Psalm 77 I will cry unto God with my voice, Even unto God with my voice; and he will give ear unto me. In the day of my trouble I sought the Lord: My hand was stretched out in the night, and slacked not; My soul refused to be comforted. Read More »
Some Evangelicals find meaning in Lent
  Many associate fasting and “giving up something for Lent” as a Catholic tradition. But many Protestants and Evangelicals also find meaning in it, according to Rev. Mark D. Roberts, who writes about it for Patheos.com. Roberts writes that growing up, he experienced Lent as a joke. “’What are you Read More »
A prayer for spring from one of America’s greatest poets
Robert Frost is famous for writing “The Road Not Taken” and Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening.” But he also captured the feeling of gratitude to God that many feel as they leave behind a harsh winter in his poem “A Prayer for Spring.” Peter Gilbert, a commentator on Read More »