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“God would never make it in the travel industry because he is always leading his best clients into the wilderness.” John Piper
Just because you are confused doesn’t mean God is confused. Faith chooses to trust even when life makes no sense.
Here’s a brand-new message called 4 Warnings to the Wealthy. The question is not, “What are we doing with our money?” but “What is our money doing to us?” We need to think about this because money does weird things to the brain. Click here to sign up for the free email sermons.
When you ask God for a blessing, he sends a problem because your blessings usually come through the problems you face.
“Holy, holy, holy Lord, God Almighty Early in the morning our song shall rise to Thee Holy, holy, holy Merciful and mighty God in three persons blessed Trinity” Reginald Heber, 1861
“Do you think that I cannot appeal to my Father, and he will at once send me more than twelve legions of angels?” (Matthew 26:53). A legion meant 6000 Roman soldiers. Twelve legions would equal 72,000 soldiers. Twelve legions of angels would mean at least 72,000 angels. Don’t you think that many angels could handle the […]
Too many times I have failed you, O Lord, but you have never failed me. When I abandoned you, you went to the cross for me. Amen.
“Crown Him the Lord of love! Behold His hands and side— Rich wounds, yet visible above, In beauty glorified. No angel in the sky Can fully bear that sight, But downward bends His wond’ring eye At mysteries so bright.”
“No one takes my life from me. I give my life of my own free will” (John 10:18). Never feel sorry for Jesus. He didn’t feel sorry for himself.
“Someone touched me; I know that power has gone out from me” (Luke 8:46). What does this mean? Jesus knew God’s power was flowing out from him into the body of the woman who touched his garment. Power that had been his passed from him to her. It resulted in her healing, but the power had to […]
“They cried to the Lord for help” (1 Samuel 12:8). The first step to changing your life is admitting that things really do need to change.
“I have stored up your word in my heart” (Psalm 119:11). It’s good to get into the Word. It’s better to let the Word get into you.
Here’s the video devotional for The Hardest Question. Are you willing for Jesus to change your life? #MiracleRoad Click here to sign up for the free email sermons.
A note to Christian leaders: Marriage matters to God, and it ought to matter to you. When leaders keep their vows, it becomes easier for followers to keep their promises.
“Where shall we buy bread for these people to eat?” (John 6:5) The first step in any miracle is realizing you can’t do it on your own. Only when we admit that we can’t does Jesus step forward to do what only Jesus can do.
16. A Quiet MiracleFebruary 14, 2018
“On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus’ mother was there, and Jesus and his disciples had also been invited to the wedding” (John 2:1-2). Two things stand out to me in the story of Jesus turning water into wine. First, Mary expects her son to do something about the […]
“The true test of a man of God is how he treats people who cannot help him.” Adrian Rogers
Don’t get frustrated when you forgive someone who doesn’t deserve it. Be glad. You’re only doing what God did for you.
Can God work miracles today? Yes! Every answered prayer is a miracle. Some are just more obvious than others.
“He forgives all your sin” (Psalm 103:3). Never be ashamed to ask for forgiveness. You cannot out-sin the grace of God. All means all.
“When the right time came, God sent his Son” (Gal 4:4). His time is not our time, but it’s always the right time. That’s how God works.
In 1915 J. Wilbur Chapman preached a sermon at Montreat Conference Center in North Carolina on Psalm 45:8, “All Your garments are scented with myrrh and aloes and cassia, Out of the ivory palaces, by which they have made you glad.” As Dr. Chapman emphasized what Jesus left behind when he came from heaven to earth, Harry Barraclough felt […]
Not long after we got married 43 years ago, Marlene started making Christmas stockings for each member of our family. First it was just the two of us. Then the boys came along–three more stockings. Years later they got married–three more stockings. Then the seven grandchildren joined our family–first Knox seven years ago all the […]
“A lot of what we call ‘struggling’ is simply delayed obedience.” Elisabeth Elliot
Today is a great day to tell someone about Jesus.
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