As Peter transitions into the body of his letter, he encourages his readers to live out their hope in fear, holiness and brotherly love.
Habakkuk teaches us how to move from worry to worship and from fear to faith no matter what our circumstances.
In an 11 month period, my mother died of breast cancer and both my mother-in-law and her mother died of lung cancer. Here’s what I learned about how to love, help and support someone living with cancer and their caretaker.
The psalmist asked, why do the wicked prosper while the good suffer? In his first letter, the Apostle Peter answers that question.
In James 5:7-12, James begins concluding his letter with practical advice on how to get through the suffering of this life.
When did we learn that all hardship is harmful, that every unknown is dangerous, and that even the tiniest failure must be avoided? It is a logical conclusion if we alone are responsible for everything, but James would say otherwise.
What is there to celebrate about Christmas? I’d like to answer that question by looking at one of my favorite Christmas stories: Job. The hope that sustained Job sitting on that ash heap, scraping at his boils, is the knowledge that he had a Redeemer who was born on Christmas day.