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"Another generation grew up who knew neither the LORD nor what he had done for Israel."
Don't neglect your axe. Spend time daily sharpening yourself in God’s Word.
Moses' life on earth ended with being uninvited to the Promised Land. But there was a very short guest list at the Transfiguration, and Moses was on it.
Rest is so important to God that he put it in the Ten Commandments. He wants you to take a day off every week.
God has gifted each of us in unique ways with a purpose in mind. His plan involves using these talents to serve Him for the good of others. Satan would like us to believe otherwise.
Don't worry about skills you don’t have. Don't covet strengths others do have. Just extract your uniqueness.
They will have ill will toward us, wish evil upon us, insult us, hurt us, and steal from us. And Jesus wants us to love them
Make the path to temptation impassable, implausible, and impossible to take, and put up a gateless fence instead.
Walking with God is something we need to commit ourselves to. Here's how.
Do we not sometimes kneel or sit before the Lord and yet feel conscious of a fluttering of our spirits? Not a real stillness in His presence.
We thank You for the men who are leading according to Your statutes and the ones that are laying their lives down for Your purposes.
Does it surprise you that Paul wrote about "the secret of being content" when he was in prison, unsure of his future?
How are you comforted knowing you have a loving, present heavenly Father who adores you?
Whether it’s the first century or the twenty-first century, the gospel doesn’t change.
I've never been surprised by God's judgment, but I'm still stunned by his grace.
Here in this place of living out our redemption, we can have hope for the future.
When faced with life's dilemmas, we don't have to be paralyzed by doubt and indecision.
Feeling inadequate is not a sin, but using it as an excuse is.
During the days we can't see past our busyness, we can have faith those extra minutes are there.
And the best promise of all while we're on this earth may just be new joy, new mercy every morning.