The biblical passage from Matthew 14:22-33 recounts a powerful narrative that unveils the divine glory of Jesus.
Like many of you, I engage in an annual ritual on my birthday—a moment of reflection on the past year while also sending out hopes and prayers for the future that lies ahead.
As Christians, we possess a strong aversion to sin because we have experienced the magnificent glory of Christ. It’s similar to a child who, having
When Jesus invites us to carry our cross every day and follow Him (Matthew 16:24), I initially envisioned that cross as something grander. However, through
The miracle of salvation that we, as Christians, proclaim to possess is an extraordinary intrusion of the infinite into the confines of the finite. It
Writing has become a more consistent part of my life ever since I began penning down my sermon manuscripts every week. And you know what
Sometimes we forget that apart from Jesus, we can do nothing (John 15:5). The term “nothing” used in that verse is a powerful negative conjunction.
Here’s how Matthew 14 can change the way we think and live out our lives.
The belief that the Bible is altogether truth, every jot and tittle, is the fundamental basis upon which all of the Christian worldview stands.
Finding the love of Christ deep within the ravine of suffering is an experience reserved for all who are truly Christian. Although I’ve both acknowledged