What may seem like foolishness to the world often makes the most sense to us who believe.
Do you doubt God’s power, authority, provision, or mercy?
Don’t just be known for the bad things you've done.
If you have the wrong friends, it’s nearly impossible to live the right life.
All kidding aside, the point of Abraham’s story is one for all of us.
It is easy to see the evidence of sin in others. It's harder to see our own sin.
Even in our darkest places, God is with us.
Learn from the Patriarchs and trust God first.
Abram's “yes” resulted in many blessings from God.
Abraham’s story assures us that God will take care of our worries and concerns.
What may not seem the right choice or the right path to follow could very well be the one that brings you the most joy.
How would our lives change if we practiced Jesus’ presence?
Because Abraham believed, God considered Abraham righteous.
If Jacob and Esau can forgive each other, there's hope for you, too.
Does your obedience waver from time to time?
Abraham must have understood that God was a promise keeper.
In our struggle between our plans and God’s, sometimes we have to wrestle with Him
Do you ever doubt that God has a plan for you?
We can trust that God’s grace will lead us home if our hearts are His.
How do you respond to the inexplicable events God allows?
God’s commitments — His promises — can anchor your whole life.
Jacob was a train wreck, and yet he’s in the hall of faith.
Are you harboring a bit of jealousy in your heart for a sibling or church member?
How often do you see only the harm intended, and fail to see God's hand in it all?
Every day we are all faced with decisions to choose the right path.
Do you quiet yourself before the Lord each day?
He takes our hardships and uses them for good.
God’s plans will come to pass despite, or even as a result of, our messy lives.
What mountain is God asking you to climb today?
Even the greatest models of faith were sometimes weak and doubtful.