We should not be surprised if the world hates us. We are not of this world. This audio devotional from John 15:18-19 provides an explanation.
The story of Lazarus being raised from the dead is making an impact in John 12:10-11. This audio devotional explains the circumstances in more detail.
Paul was willing to face desperate trial for the furtherance of the gospel. This point is made clearly in this audio devotional from Philippians 1:12.
This audio devotional is from I Peter 2:12. It is focused on knowing with certainty in our own hearts that we have done right when we are accused.
Accusations are made in this Acts 35:7 audio devotional. As with all organized oppression of Christianity, the evidence for its harm to the community is missing.
Forty men wanted to see Paul's preaching stopped "and bound themselves" to kill him. This audio devotional from Acts 23:12-13 highlights their failure.
Paul was speaking with experience when he said we "through much tribulation" enter into the kingdom of God. This is an audio devotional from Acts 14:21-22.
Peter was in prison "but prayer was made," and it made all the difference. We discuss the work of prayer in this Acts 12:5 audio devotional.
This audio devotional is about the unexpected benefits of persecution. It is from Acts 8:3-4, regarding Saul; he made havock of the church.
This "Filled Jerusalem" audio devotional is written based on Acts 5:28. It longs for a time when our own home-towns are filled with the doctrine of the Bible.
The writer of Hebrews insisted "time would fail me" to list all of the faithful cloud of witnesses. This audio devotional is from Hebrews 11:32.