Faith is trust, assurance and confidence in God. Living faith is shown by service and obedience to God. God will increase our faith if we fervently ask and draw close to Him.
What was so special about the faith of Abraham? In what ways did Abraham demonstrate his faith, and what lessons can we learn from it?
The Bible speaks very highly of those who had faith. There are many examples of women of faith, and we can learn much by studying their stories.
Martin Luther once wrote that “St. James’ epistle is really an epistle of straw.” But what does the Bible say? Is James actually an inspired book of faith?
In 1886 R. Kelso Carter composed a famous hymn about standing on the promises of God and of Jesus Christ. What do God’s promises mean for your life today?
God wants us to have faith and to increase our faith. But how? It’s not something we can just wish for or work up on our own. How can we grow in faith?
The towering giants of the Bible may be ancient history, but God’s people today are required to do battle with a far more fearsome breed of giant.
Is believing in Christ just saying a few words? Is it some mysterious spiritual-sounding concept? Or is it a rock-solid foundation for your life now—and forever?
Spiritual doubt is common, even among those who want to believe. But the Bible shows us how to deal with doubts and grow in faith.
Jesus promised that His followers can’t be snatched from the Father’s hand. What does that promise mean for us today?
A central theme in the life of the apostle Paul can be summed up in a phrase he used more than once: “The just shall live by faith.” What does that mean? How do we live by faith today?
Hebrews 11 has been called the Faith Chapter. It lists many of the biblical heroes of faith, and it shows what living faith looks like and what it will produce.
Living faith is the kind of faith God wants us to have. What is living faith? How do we receive faith, and how do we demonstrate and grow in living faith? How do we avoid having a dead faith?
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