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  • by Nicholas K. Lamoureux
What do you do when you’ve tried everything within your power to solve a problem? Here are five tools to help turn trials into godly character.
  • by Steve Myers

How do you start your day? What do you think about?

  • by Kathy Sanny
Don't let the chemicals in your brain dictate how you spend your time—redeem it to pursue things of meaning and importance.
  • by United Church of God
We can greatly improve the quality of our prayers and Bible study when we think carefully—or meditate—about what God says to us through His Word and what we say to Him in prayer. How can we use the tool of meditation? 
  • by Glenn Harrell
David, the youth who would become king of Israel, faced Goliath with sling in hand and stones he selected to use as ammunition. What can we today use in handling the challenges and difficulties we come up against?
  • by United Church of God
"I don't think of all the misery, but of all the beauty that still remains," wrote Anne Frank in her diary during the horrors of World War II.
  • by Don Hooser
In the previous seven articles of this series we have explained essential tools for spiritual transformation—prayer, Bible study, meditation, fasting, repentance, baptism and the Church. Now we consider how to use all these tools to attain our ultimate destiny of eternal life!
  • by United Church of God
Have you ever done something "without thinking"? Thinking is an art, and practice makes perfect.
  • by Leon Leonord
In Matthew 5:48 we find a startling statement. "Therefore you shall be perfect, just as your Father in heaven is perfect." God is saying, through Matthew, that human beings have the awesome potential for perfection!
  • by Arthur Morris
Ever since I was a navigator and an aircraft performance engineer in the U.S. Air Force and a few years later came into God's true Church, I have been intrigued by the physical analogy of both those endeavors to the spiritual calling God has given to His people.
  • by Don Hooser
The Bible teaches us about tools we can use to grow spiritually and build our relationship with God. In this third article in a series, we examine the importance of godly thoughts and meditation.