I’ve made many attempts to have a faithful devotional life, but they were always short-lived. I suppose I expected the discipline of Bible study to be easy for a Christian. When it was difficult and overwhelming for me, I felt discouraged and defeated. In the process of a family struggle, I cried out to God […]
We Read the Bible . . . You Can Too!
A Lifetime Investment
What would a small-town parish need with a man who had devoted twenty years of his life to theological training? In sixteenth-century North Wales, William Morgan quietly led a life of deep study, much more than necessary for his modest ministry post. His investment, however—years of learning Hebrew and Greek—was only appreciated in the centuries […]
God’s Word Gives Hope
“You are my hiding place and my shield; I hope in your word” (Psalm 119:114 ESV). It is easy to lose hope. And this will almost certainly happen to you if you neglect to regularly recalibrate your mind to the truth. Sadly, to fear and despair is all too human. These are our default settings—frustrating […]
The Bible Changes Everything
An Interview with Bob Creson Revive asked Bob Creson, president of Wycliffe Bible Translators, about the impact of God’s Word and the task of providing it to the least reached people groups on earth. Bob is part of a team that oversees the Last Languages Campaign: a historic, full-sprint effort to start Bible translation projects […]
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What does it mean to have a clear conscience?
This is one of the most powerful and practical principles of personal revival. It can also be one of the most difficult.
To have a clear conscience toward others means we have taken whatever steps are necessary to deal with every sin we may have committed against every other person. It means we can look everyone we know in the eyes without shame.View All Pathways