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How to Live Guilt Free

Guilt isn't all bad. It's a blinking red light on the dashboard of your life, warning you to get right with God.

February 2013

Signs online features this month

What God's Love Is Like
The Bible says that "God is love" (1 John 4:8). What does that mean?
Hug Your Doubts
Christians typically think that it's wrong to doubt. But some forms of doubt can help us grow in our Christian lives.
Managing Marriage and $
Money is an issue that threatens many marriages—but it doesn't have to. Kathryn Lay offers suggestions based on how she and her husband handled money problems.
Food Matters: The Snack Attack


Signs subscribers can also read these articles in the print edition of the February 2013 issue

Why Your Food Looks Good and Tastes Bad
The produce you bring home from the grocery store may disappoint you.
Before the End
How are two of the signs of the end given by Jesus being rapidly fulfilled in today's world?
When My Father Died
How do life's difficult questions provide hope?
Blessed Are the Peacemakers
While stress may be part and parcel of everyday life, we can find a way to stay calm.
Beyond Anger
The solution to anger is the healing power of forgiveness.
Holiday Sacrifice
Some college student chose to serve in developing countries during Christmas break.
Divine Interruptions
The blessings start when your day doesn't go according to plan.
The Runaway
A modern version of one of Jesus' most familiar parables illustrates our doubts about God and His complete acceptance of us.
13 months
Powerless to overcome the foe of cancer and save his wife, Don Brobst had only his faith in God and the power of prayer to rely upon.
Doing It for Jesus
A story from the Internet illustrates Jesus' words, "Inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of these . . . " (Matthew 25:40, NKJV).
Bible Discovery: A Loving Creator Redeemer

Living With Children: Helping Kids Deal With Grief

Your Bible Questions
What evidence is there that the ten horns on the dragon beast of Daniel 7 represent the nations of Europe today?