What Peter Teaches Us About God’s Grace

One of the early Church’s greatest leaders. Writer of two New Testament epistles. Disciple of Jesus Himself. Fisherman by trade.

 

Yet we could also describe this man as impetuous, quick-tempered, and cowardly. Under pressure, he caved and denied his Lord—not once, but three times. His name was Simon Peter, and we can learn much from his life.

Here’s what Peter teaches us about God’s grace.

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3 Secrets to Being Happy

 

For many people, happiness is like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Even though they are constantly chasing it, happiness always seems just out of reach. They may try entertainment, money, pleasure, or power. But none of these can truly give you happiness. Where can you and I find happiness? 

Read on to learn 3 Biblical secrets to being happy.

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4 Ways to Encourage Others with Your Words

 

They have shaped the course of human history—sparking wars, ending lives, and making either best friends or bitter enemies. It is no understatement to say that words are incredibly powerful. But words are also difficult to control. Each of us knows the bitter regret of saying the wrong thing. What does the Bible teach about our words? How can we learn to use them for good instead of evil?

Here are 4 ways to encourage others with your words. Read more…