Jesus emerged victorious against the devil’s temptation in the wilderness. What principles can we learn and apply from Jesus’ example?
John the Baptist came preaching a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins. But what is repentance? How can I know if it’s real?
What was twelve-year-old Jesus doing in the temple when his parents began their trip home from Jerusalem? He was all about his heavenly Father’s business.
You would expect the God of the universe to enter this world with fanfare and splendor, but Jesus was born in the most humble way.
The angel Gabriel appeared to Mary with a special message, a revelation of God’s plan for her. How did she respond and what can we learn from her example?
As we begin a study in the Gospel of Luke, we’ll start by considering four elements of this book: the author, the audience, the approach, and the application.
Peter asked the Lord a question about forgiveness: how many times must I forgive my brother when he sins against me? Jesus answered with this parable.
Joseph had every earthly reason to hate his brothers. They had sold him into slavery. But he chose a more heavenly path: forgiveness.
When last we saw Joseph’s brothers, they were wicked men. But God has been at work in their lives, bringing them their sin to redemption.
Joseph has shown he can remain faithful in adversity, but can he handle success as well? Here are three lessons we can learn from Joseph’s faithfulness.