In Colossians, Paul says he is filling up what’s lacking in Christ’s afflictions. How can anything be lacking in Christ’s afflictions? Paul E. Miller explains.
Everyone’s been rejected at some point. But as Christians, writes Joseph Lasslett, we can find hope even in the pit of rejection.
What was unthinkable just a lifetime ago—taking one’s own life—is now considered reasonable, humane, and even necessary in some circumstances. This shift, Jen Oshman writes, calls for God’s people to act.
If you’re suffering, the last thing you want to do is wait. You want hope, but it seems like it’s lost. Though an unlikely book of the Bible , Grayson Pope explains how to find hope when life is falling apart.
Sometimes we feel like life is “cutting” us unnecessarily; like the pain we experience is arbitrary. But behind those cuts, there’s a Master Gardener who knows exactly what he’s doing.
It’s easy to bless the name of the Lord when everything is going well. But, Christy Britton asks, what about when everything falls apart?