Most writers are prodigious readers. They love words, whether they are reading them or writing them. In fact, I don’t think I have ever met a writer who did not like to read. That would be a little like having a cook who did not enjoy eating, or an artist who did not enjoy pictures!
As a Christian writer you must learn to think logically, so that you can interpret both the Bible, and life in general, logically. You need to do this so that you can help your readers to come to logical conclusions when they read your stories and articles.
Discover the secret to being an effective missionary—simply following the example of Jesus. When your life is completely dedicated to the cause of the Kingdom, you can also enjoy the Father’s grace and power upon your life, working success in ways you never imagined.
In our day there is a babel of confusing voices all around us. Many times the teachings presented are conflicting and bewildering and truth seems elusive. Can we sort out what comes from God and what is from the devil? Are there any standards to go by?
The nurse was businesslike, yet nice in a “we would like to have your money” sort of way. “Don’t worry about a thing,” she said. “The baby isn’t even formed yet, and the uterus contains only some bloody material.”
The Bible teaches that there are two kinds of wisdom. There is a worldly, carnal wisdom—and a helpful, spiritual wisdom. By observing a person's life it will soon be obvious which kind of wisdom they are living by.
Genuine faith will produce action. Good works can never save us, we need faith; but saving faith will produce works. Will someone believe that you love them because you told them you do if you never treat them kindly?