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Some Advice to the Discontented

June 23, 2008

Contentment is not about geography. It’s about your heart. You can serve God in Babylon just as well as you can in Jerusalem. It’s a hard lesson, but it is also good news if we will receive it from the Lord. Let God define your life, not your circumstances.

Trapped!

June 13, 2008

What do you do when you don’t like the circumstances of your life and it seems as if those circumstances aren’t going to change anytime soon? You must go back and find out where God is in the midst of your frustration.

Think on These Things

June 12, 2008

Here is God's prescription for believers trapped in unhealthy living: Think On These Things! Focus on the good, the pure, the true, the holy, the right, the lovely. Find those things that elevate the mind and think on them! Enthrone Christ as the Lord of your mind and your life will be transformed.

The Hardest Doctrine To Believe

June 6, 2008

The resurrection of the body means that when God saves us, he saves the whole person—body, soul and spirit. It also means that we will see again our loved ones who died in the Lord.

When You Need to Know, You’ll Know

May 18, 2008

Proverbs 3:5-6 is a short course in knowing God’s will for your life. Five key words unlock the message of this text. When you need to know, you’ll know. If God is God, that must be true.

Create in Me a Clean Heart

April 25, 2008

Many Christians struggle with purity and feel guilty because they have failed again and again. If we want a clean heart, we must ask God for one.

Don’t You Believe in Miracles?

January 23, 2008

We are fully justified in asking God to work miracles on behalf of our loved ones. But God doesn’t limit himself to our understanding of what our loved ones need most. He is fully able to do spectacular miracles today just as he did in Bible times. But more often he gives strength to the weary and courage to the fainting and hope to those who feel like giving up. God’s miracles come in more than one variety, a truth we can experience every day.