I was reading Psalm 91 this morning for my time with Jesus. I came across these final verses and I was so touched: “Because he holds fast to me in love, I will deliver him; I will protect him, because he knows my name. When he calls to me, I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble; …
What we need to remember when we are praying against God’s enemies.
A quick look at Psalm 77 that reminds us that God has a way and a plan to take through the tough times all while never leaving us.
God’s calling to a specific ministry is usually spurred on by two things. Listen podcast moves us toward discovering those two things.
What if we brought the whole following Jesus down to just two things? It’s simple. Easy? No. Simple? Yes. Love you more than you know,Brian
Just a reminder from God’s word about what we should boast in. So helpful and hopefully it takes us out of the world of comparison with others. Love you more than you know,Brian
“What is man, that you make so much of him, and that you set your heart on him, visit him every morning and test him every moment?” ― Job 7:17-18 (ESV) It all comes down to perspective. These two verses can be spoken during the highest of mountaintop experiences as well as the deepest of valleys. Let me explain. HIGHEST …
It all comes down to having the right perspective.
What happens when God tells his prophet, Hosea, to marry a prostitute? That’s how this book of the Bible starts, painting for us an amazing picture of God’s faithfulness to us in the midst of our neglect and unfaithfulness toward him.
TODAY’S READING: Isaiah 49-51 + Psalm 119:65-96Is there a purpose in affliction or is it just random things happening because of a forgetful God who has too much on his plate?
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