As Christians, tribulation is a part of our daily walk upon this earth. Often we think because we are doing God’s work we should be exempt from trials and tribulation. God does not want us to fear tribulation, but to walk through it knowing He will use it to produce great glory. How do we go from tribulation to glory? By the power and grace of God. To do the Scripturegraphic study, Tribulation to Glory, please click on the link below.
Trials, hardships, challenges are a part of everyday life. Usually we are glad if we just survive them. The Bible, however, takes a different view concerning trials … we are to count them as joy. How is this possible? What good could possibly result from a trial? Study the Scripturegraph (a biblical infographic) to discover why we can count every trial as joy.
I recently spent two weeks in Uganda, Africa on a mission trip. Being my third trip to Africa, I have seen more poverty than I imagined existed in this century. I have watched women bake rolls in an underground oven lined with handmade bricks. I have also had the humbling privilege of helping place brand new Bibles in the hands of nearly 200 Africans. Before we gifted the Bibles during my latest trip, my team leader asked if any of them already had a Bible of their own and, out of forty kids, only two raised their hand. When they bowed to thank us, their knees nearly touched the ground. [Read more…]
Suffering is all around us. Every one seems to be going through hard times. Lost jobs, broken relationships, bank forclosures… but God has promised that He will use all things for our good. All things? Can we believe Him for this promise? To find the truth concerning trials, please click on the link, For the Good.