It is sooner now than when we first believed!
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To say the holidays have become "commercialized" is to oversimplify the situation.
We're so caught up in the razzle-dazzle of His season that we can neglect Him.
This year join, the wise men, who knew the signs in the sun, moon and stars of Christ's Advent, in worshipping Christ.
You probably didn't even realize you were doing it. Here's how to invite the Holy Spirit into your holiday season.
This type of person completely forgets Romans 14:5-6.
This biblical connection may blow your mind.
This holiday season doesn't have to be gloomy.
The god of socialism is a jealous god and will tolerate no rivals.
As soon as I began to thank God for the blessings in my life, I immediately received strength.
This incident demonstrated how deeply committed the Pilgrims were to treating the Indians justly and fairly, and it made clear that their other acts of kindness were not mere window dressing.
There is an epidemic of pessimism, anxiety and hopelessness that has erupted in the United States and beyond.
Whenever God stirs vision in the hearts of His people, there is always a price to pay for its fulfillment.
How should Christian parents approach this one day that marketers turned into a $6 billion holiday?
How Almighty God and the Bible Have Influenced our Founding Fathers, Supreme Court, Congress, Education System
"It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor." —George Washington
The most beautiful thing about America is that we have such a unique population to begin with.
America was founded as a safe harbor for Christians. Now we're punishing bakers who stick to their religious convictions.
Since the United States' founding, God has kept blessing the nation. There's a reason.
Give thanks to God for what religious freedoms we still enjoy.
"Sometimes, in other cultures that aren't as saturated with Christianity, God moves in ways that Americans would consider rare or extraordinary."