There are only two great commandments, not three.
All preaching and teaching must aim at these.
Do we all just need a change of scenery?
Every believer needs to nurture these faculties.
Certain psychologists suggest we should give up the pursuit of happiness.
Or, why we need good Biblical scholarship.
Without having to love the artist?
Are Christians as disciplined as we should be?
Is it good-bye and good riddance for a venerable institution?
Jesus promised it, Paul said it’s a gift of God, and we ought to welcome and grow through it.
C. S. Lewis reminds us.
Can these all work together fruitfully?
Our forebears in the faith can help us make the most of a bad situation.
Positive psychology excites a desire for happiness. But can it deliver?
We all need more of it.
If so, you may be doing the world a disservice.
What can our forebears in the faith teach us?
We need to make sure we’re doing our work God’s way.
Don’t let the brain-gain gimmicks mislead you into disappointment.
Everything else is determined by this.
John’s works are strategically placed in the New Testament.
And some are beginning to admit it.