The author of the "Book of Wisdom" presents examples of God's providence for His people. God still loves His people today. He cares for them--for us.
People study the works of creation but they do not appropriately discern the nature of the Creator. They begin to look upon creation as the Creator Himself.
Wisdom is a reflection of the might and brilliance of God. It is the capacity to share in God’s life, to be like God.
Gratitude is something that we are all called to practice. None of us has given God really adequate thanks for everything we have received.
The just find their life's meaning in the Lord. They are in peace. The Lord is their king, and those who trust in the Lord shell abide with Him forever.
The author of the "Book of Wisdom" offers his readers wisdom, that particular state of mind that involves openness to God, self-discipline, and humility.
Many people are involved in the service that each of us offers to God. None of us can exercise our life of faith alone.
Paul's approach to the Romans is an attempt to introduce himself to those who are already in touch with Christ so they'll be familiar with him when his travels bring him to Rome.
All that we need for life eternal arises from the gifts that God gives to His church.
Jesus makes clear that discipleship is demanding. It requires effort and commitment and the generous expenditure of our resources.