We all love inspiring movies that are based on the Scriptures, whether they are a retelling of Biblical history or a movie with a message of faith, love, forgiveness and many other values associated with Christianity.
When we talk about money, the subject of giving is often a distant afterthought. That’s unfortunate, because tithing–that is, the practice of giving 10 percent of your income to charity (typically a church or religious community)– has been espoused for centuries, both by those in and outside religion.
Our God is not social media, our God is not whatever is trending on Netflix, our God is, well, God.
Rejection knows no bounds, invading social, romantic and job situations alike. And it feels terrible because “it communicates the sense to somebody that they’re not loved or not wanted, or not in some way valued.
Hidden themes that ring true with Christianity can be found everywhere in life. Since the bible is the greatest story ever, it’s no surprise that the world imitates certain themes that began with God.
Anxiety, worry and tension are some of the most destructive forces we can face. They sap our strength and slowly undermine our faith, keeping us from maturing in the Lord (Luke 8:14).
The Bible calls it discipline, sometimes chastening. Society calls it hitting, spanking, and by its legal term, corporal punishment.