Being deeply convinced of our sin and of the sufficiency of Christ, we turn to the Lord for our salvation. Let this wallpaper remind you of the cross.
Job titles play an important role in societal living, particularly in our vocations. They help us identify our roles and objectives. The same is true for the work of ministry. Just ask Paul.
In this often overlooked introduction to 2 Timothy, the Bible gives 12 keys to motivate us for ministry. These keys categorically appeal to our responsibility toward the gospel, our reason for the gospel, and our relationship in the gospel.
“Wretched man that I am! Who will deliver me from this body of death? Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, I myself serve the law of God with my mind, but with my flesh I serve the law of sin” (Romans 7:24-25). Beautiful Eulogy from Humble Beast, with the creative help of Vital Lens, expresses a heart of desperation crying out to God for a release from sin’s snare.
According to the Bible, the heart is the center of our being, involving our emotions, reasons, and will. Jesus said our heart is fixed in what we treasure most. So we must treasure Scripture to find our heart in heaven.
In Paul’s last moments, he wrote a final note of encouragement to his son in the faith, Timothy. His letter details what you might expect—that which matters most.
In 2 Timothy, there are six descriptions of the gospel that provide good insight about Paul’s view of the gospel as a whole.
Beautiful Eulogy speaks out with poetic clarity on the subject of finding God through symbols and signs.
The regenerated heart accompanied by the transformed mind desires what God desires. The Psalmist tells us to find our delight in the Lord. When we delight in Him, our desires will be for His will and His pleasure. And when His will and pleasure is also ours, God will grant us the desires of our heart.
Imagine yourself on a boat in a stream, rowing against the current. Ahead of you, the stream is calm and seemingly quiet. In agony, you pull the oars back to thrust the craft forward again and again until the calm waters are around you.
While you sleep, your boat drifts backward. The stream, though calm and quiet, is still moving. The subtle change of speed doesn’t disturb your peaceful nap: the roar of water crashing against rocks hundreds of feet below finally awakens you.