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Superman & Jesus: Why We Can’t Get Enough of Sacrificial Heroes

With the release of Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice on Easter weekend, it’s easy to see the religious symbolism present in comic book characters. Movie studios don’t try to hide it. In fact, director Zach Snyder embraced the symbolism of Christ in Man of Steel, saying, “The Christ-like parallels, I didn’t make that stuff […]

Spurgeon on Depression, Part Three

Finally, toward the end of his lecture, we find out one of Charles Spurgeon’s main causes of depression. In 1856, he was preaching when the building, the Surrey Gardens Music Hall in London, caught fire. As people panicked, a stampede occurred and several died. This event had a great effect on Spurgeon. And yet, at […]

Are You Prepared to Die?

A friend of mine in college had a drawing of a skull propped up on her dresser next to her mirror to remind her not to be vain. If that sounds morbid, it’s because it is. Yet the Bible supports such morbidity. As the writer of Ecclesiastes records, “Vanity of vanities, says the Preacher. Vanity […]

We Need The Eggs!

“This guy goes to a psychiatrist and says, ‘Doc, my brother’s crazy! He thinks he’s a chicken.’ The doctor says, ‘Well, why don’t you turn him in?’ Then the guy says, ‘I would but I need the eggs.’ … I guess that’s pretty much how I feel about relationships. They’re totally irrational, and crazy, and absurd, […]

Graduation Quotes for Life, Success, and Eternity?

It’s the time of year when young men and women enter the season of adulthood – or in other words: the workforce.  It’s also when many of us begin to hear new words of wisdom trickling in from commencement speakers with all kinds of philosophies and agendas.  You’ll hear it as you attend the graduation […]

Three Reasons to Give Thanks

Over and over again the Bible instructs us to give thanks, but how often do we really stop to intentionally do so? What should our first impulse be we offer our gratitude to the Lord? Few people realize that there are three powerful blessings from God that we experience the moment we stop to give […]

Jesus Speaks: Matthew 9:1-8

A Christian’s unique joy in the midst of distress can be heard at a Christian funeral, which will not only contain laments but songs of praise and happy thoughts of the paradise that the dead in Christ have entered. In this Christians emulate their Master, as we can see in Matthew 9:1-8: It’s a famous […]

How can I find God’s will for my life?

Most of us have asked ourselves the question, “What does God want me to do with my life?” Usually we face it for the first time in high school, before we graduate and enter the real world. If we’re lucky, a clear path is laid before us and we’ll never have to ask this question […]

Jesus Speaks of Peace: John 14:27

This time each year, people send Christmas cards with “Peace” embossed on the front; carolers sing “peace on earth and good will toward men”; and mothers and fathers pray for peace and quiet by the time Christmas day comes and the newly bought toys are sounding for joy. The Christmas season is perhaps the best […]

Four Tools for Making Reading a Habit

If you’re a reader, there may come a point in your life when you realize that you’re in a dry spell and not gobbling up books as you used to. Or maybe you’re not a reader and wish that you were. Either way, reading can often take some discipline. It most of all needs to […]

Spurgeon on Depression, Part Two

My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. I give them eternal life, and they will never perish, and no one will snatch them out of my hand. My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all, and no one is able to snatch them out of […]

Spurgeon on Depression, Part One

Have you ever struggled with sadness, grief, or depression? You’re not alone. In fact, some of the greatest preachers and theologians throughout history have struggled with the same issues. Charles Spurgeon, who is known as one of the greatest preachers of all time, wrote an article called, “The Minister’s Fainting Fits,” referring to his own […]