For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of God’s glory displayed in the face of Christ. 2 Corinthians 4:6, NIV Lord our God, whose light shines out of the darkness and gleams brightly into our hearts, we thank you for all the goodness you allow us to see. We want to see your goodness clearly and have confidence in it, no matter how much around us is dark and disquieting. We want to remain firm and full of trust, looking to what you have put into our hearts so that we may come to know you. Be with us with your Spirit. Lead us to realize ever more clearly that we are made for your honor. Amen.
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Screaming about My Sinfulness
Christian hardcore gave expression to my self-loathing, but ultimately only led me further from the life-saving shore of God’s love. Read now.
Guides on the Road to Eternity
Repentance and remorse. The one calls us forward. The other calls us back. Read now.
Expect the End of the World
Plough’s Joy Clarkson speaks with Paul Kingsnorth about activism, rootlessness, and converting to Christianity. Read now.
Would Jesus Shame Single Christian Women?
Unlike some pastors today, he never suggested that the single and childless are selfish. Read now.
Alice von Hildebrand
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Daily Prayer for May 13
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