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  • by United Church of God
God is known by His character and His actions. He is Everlasting. He is a Healer. He is there for His people. He is jealous. He provides. He gives us peace. He is our Banner, our Righteousness, our Father, and so much more.
  • by Mario Seiglie
Many people view the biblical Sabbath day as an obsolete burden. Some even view it as an absolute curse! But what does the Bible really say? What does it tell us about the purposes of the Sabbath?
  • by United Church of God
The Bible teaches that Jesus was the creative agent through which God the Father acted to make all things. Moreover, Jesus "uphold[s] all things by the word of His power" (Hebrews 1:3), acting as the ongoing sustainer of the universe.
  • by Darris McNeely
The 70-year existence of the modern Jewish state is part of a much greater story—that of God’s committed love for His people as part of a plan that will culminate in offering salvation to the whole world.
  • by Janet Treadway
Watching a new mother interact with her newborn is a poignant reminder of God's promises and love for His children.
  • by Rick Shabi
There came a time in the lives of the Israelites when they felt God’s presence in a way they hadn’t before.
  • by Amanda Miller
God is humble, merciful and loving. Despite being all-powerful and omnipotent, His greatest desire is a personal relationship with you.
  • by Tom Robinson
God created all things through Christ. Does that make Christ the Creator along with the Father? Or should only the Father be called the Creator?
  • by Scott Ashley
Since the beginning of the United Church of God, we have believed and taught that the One who interacted with people during the Old Testament period as God on behalf of God the Father was the divine Being who was later born in the flesh as Jesus Christ. What is the scriptural foundation from which we draw this belief?
  • by Mary Jackson
It's obvious that the way someone treats another person dictates the relationship between them. So in our relationships with others, and with God, do we act in a way that engenders closeness and trust? Or distance and mistrust?
  • by Hector Earle
What abilities has God given you for Him to work for good in your life?
  • by Katherine Rowland
When it comes to relationships, if our focus is on style over substance, aren't we really missing what's important?
  • by Lorelei Nettles
How many times does God expect us to pick ourselves up when we fall?
  • by Robert H Berendt
Do you know the meaning of God’s Fall Holy Days?