Dan Delzell

Dan Delzell

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  • One planet, one star, one Savior

    One planet, one star, one Savior

    Do you marvel at the splendor of the Universe, while failing to see the glory of the babe born in Bethlehem? Nature confirms that there is a God, but you will need to know the Savior if you desire to be reconciled to God

  • Humility is a strange thing

    Humility is a strange thing

    God’s Word instructs us, “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves” (Philippians 2:3). “God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble” (James 4:6).

  • Longing for more than Christmas nostalgia

    Longing for more than Christmas nostalgia

    The sights, songs and smells of the season, along with childhood memories of Christmas, are already warming many hearts. What could be better than Christmas nostalgia, right?

  • You never have to pretend with God

    You never have to pretend with God

    One of the many benefits of knowing Christ as Savior is that you never have to pretend with God. And the more you express your honest feelings to God, the more your heart will be comforted by the Lord’s amazing grace and unfailing love.

  • Progressive theology and pornography violate biblical boundaries

    Progressive theology and pornography violate biblical boundaries

    Be careful where you allow your mind to wander. If it gets lost, you might never get it back.

  • The intersection of politics, demons and hate

    The intersection of politics, demons and hate

    Christians overflow with God’s power and love whenever we yield our daily thoughts and behavior to the guidance of the Holy Spirit. 

  • Christianity is not rocket science

    Christianity is not rocket science

    Christianity is not rocket science, but it does require wisdom from God’s Word and from the Holy Spirit if you are going to understand and believe the good news of the Gospel (2 Timothy 3:15-17; 1 Cor. 2:12-14). Otherwise, all you have to hang your soul on is science. And science cannot transport your body and soul any farther than the moon.

  • Closing the distance between millennials and God

    Closing the distance between millennials and God

    God came near to you when He left Heaven to come here and die on the cross for your sins and mine. “Christ died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God” (1 Peter 3:18). Will you take the next step to close the distance between yourself and God? 

  • 5 critical facts about life after death

    5 critical facts about life after death

    Benjamin Franklin famously said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” And nowhere is this life principle more consequential than in man’s reluctance to plan for life after death.

  • Will imperfect Christians be rejected by Christ?

    Will imperfect Christians be rejected by Christ?

    Thankfully, no one who is born again will face rejection from Christ at the end of time, in spite of their imperfect obedience.