An experience of healing, by faith in the character of God, expressed by prayer.
Three episodes from the Gospel of Matthew that not only inform us about Jesus, but suggest to us how we can relate to him.
The customer is not always right
Always hold on.
“If you pray for us, you will pray for the wrong things . . . “
The words of this psalm can be used for words as our own prayers or, better, as the basis for shaping our own expressions in prayer.
Hebrews 12:3-11 is full of guidance on how to respond to something called “the Lord’s discipline.”
Our God is not ashamed to be called the God of his people of trustful and daring faith, because his promises are ready to be given to us – at his appointed time.
The grace of God not only saves, it also transforms.
John Owen’s three books on sin in believers are deep and practical. They are well worth the effort of reading.