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Our understanding of God’s goodness, care and omnipresence will keep us through the worst problems.
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Topics: Encouragement Spiritual Warfare Spiritual Growth Our Witness
The best refuge for a saint of God to find in his time of persecution is his secret refuge of the Lord. Pray for those who treat you the worst. When you may be mocked for praying for them, consider the fact that this life will be the only place of happiness for them since there will be none in the one to come. [ read more... ]
Topics: Worship Prayer Faith
The key to living a holy life is to live a Scripture-saturated life. When God’s Word dwells within a person, sin diminishes. The light of his holiness always exposes areas of darkness, driving them away. Living a righteous life requires focusing and meditating upon the glory and majesty of the Word. The knowledge of the Scriptures, when united with faith, tends to drive out the practice of sin. [ read more... ]
Topic: Edification Topics
What kind of people do you think Jesus would associate with if he were here on earth today? Perfect people? Probably not, since perfect people live in the same place Santa Claus and the Easter bunny live. I think Jesus would prefer to be around people like you and me. People who are not perfect but are trying their very best to do right. [ read more... ]
Topics: Encouragement Spiritual Warfare Spiritual Growth
Without firm conviction of the goodness of God, guilty fears take over, insecurities run away with people, prayer becomes hoping against hope, and praise, if it exists at all, has a hollow ring to it. What is needed is a constant awareness of the goodness and grace of God—he is not capricious (unpredictable; impulsive; unreliable; changeable); he is not going to give up on his people because they are struggling to do his will; and neither is he going to guide his people through this life only to abandon them when they die. No, he loves the saints with an everlasting love, and it pleases him to do things for them. [ read more... ]
Topics: Encouragement Spiritual Growth Prayer
I would hope that all of us have at least heard if not sung one of the old classics of bygone years. It was a song that was frequently sung by those who were under some of the greatest burdens and sorrows of life. In fact, it was not just a song; it was something of an anthem for the weary and pressured. [ read more... ]
We have just read a very wonderful description of God’s delivering mercy towards His servant David. Saul treated him like dirt. He deserved much better, so God took care of that. David had been the deliverer of his country when he slew Goliath, yet he was hunted as if he was Israel’s worst enemy... [ read more... ]
God said, “In the last days, I’m going to turn the bucket upside down and pour out every last drop of my Spirit!” You may have to fight through the enemy’s forces to get to the well, but one drink of this water is worth it! [ read more... ]
Inviting God’s presence is not dependent on how good or bad a situation is. It is no harder on the worst day of your life to invite His Presence than it is on the best day of your life. Your circumstances do not dictate His availability. But your praise and worship will invite His Powerful presence. [ read more... ]
Altars in the Bible signify places of worship and sacrifice, and the lives of Bible characters in the Old Testament are often marked by the altars they made. [ read more... ]