Rev. Donald E. Wildmon is Founder and Chairman Emeritus of American Family Association (AFA) and American Family Radio (AFR).
Jealousy is destructive to the one who is jealous as well as the one of whom we are jealous.
Failure to acknowledge the truth, no matter how difficult can be lethal.
In our quest for beauty we all too often look to the outside a person when they should look inwardly for it.
Counting the cost of our actions – consequences are more often than not more than we are prepared to face.
Before it is Too Late We often allow opportunities slip through our fingers. If only we could see beforehand those that will not come our way again.
Forgiveness and second chances are of grace, not of merit. With so many second chances given to us, how can we withhold that grace from others?
It really is much more blessed to give than to receive, but – sometimes we receive more than we could ever imagine because of our giving.
What is remembered about those who pass from this world is directly connected to the good they do while they’re here.
Those who make the most of their circumstances, regardless of how dire, will find life’s rewards to be that much sweeter.
How much one says isn’t nearly as important or meaningful as what one might say.
All too often we make judgements about others without knowing their situation or having any idea what life is like for them.
Courage isn’t the lack of fear, it’s acting in the face of perhaps your deepest fear because you are the one at hand.
He loved to draw and even as he was told he had no talent by his editor, he continued to do what he loved and the whole world would eventually know his name.
Gethsemane was one of the lowest points of Christ’s life. Perhaps it is fitting that it’s located in Kedron Valley.
The Savior instructed the blind man to wash in the pool only after He had placed the mud He made from His spittle on his eyes.
There are actually three temples in the scriptures. The later destroyed not long after it was completed. As we live for Christ we must live as The Temple of God, in and out of our churches.
The city of Jerusalem is prominent throughout the Bible’s old and new testaments, playing a key role in the life of Christ as well as His followers both past, present and future.
Jesus washed the feet of the disciples, a very unusual action, but what He taught through this act every person needs to grasp.
Does God really work the bad happenings in our lives for our good? Looking at the life of Paul gives us more insight into this question and the answer.
The account of David & Bathsheba shows us that forgiveness is absolutely necessary for man-kind. The clean heart and clear conscience is our only route to true peace.