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We don’t have to be controlled by our desires, but can run into the arms of Jesus for freedom, forgiveness, and healing.
What does the Bible mean to you? Learn more about how God’s Word can change your life from this passage from Psalm 19.
Caleb is one of my favourite examples of faithfulness and perseverance. At eighty-five years old, he is still bursting with passion and energy, determined to claim his inheritance and receive all that God had promised him so many years earlier. Let’s be inspired as we consider his story.
In what ways have you called on God for direction and guidance through life’s journey? Do you perceive a difference in the seasons when you’re following God’s calling and when you’re pursuing a personal agenda?
Have you wondered how to cast your cares on the Lord? Is it even possible in today’s world with bad news lurking in our world, nations and within our four walls?
In these verses from John’s Gospel, Jesus encounters the woman at the well and introduces her to “living water.” He contrasts the water in the well to that which He offers.
Do you have a tendency to forget about actively engaging with scripture, especially during prayer? Maybe you can try this idea about how to meditate on Romans 11:36 each morning!
Do you want to be an atmosphere changer? Do you want to be known for having an infectious joy? Then let us be encouraged to lift our voices in praise to God today and receive fresh joy in His presence.
How can we be sure it is time to hope again? What to do in the days and moments when we can’t take it anymore and hope dwindles? The prophet Isaiah gives us a roadmap for cultivating hope and joy.
What if the supernatural is more than mysterious signs and wonders? What if the miraculous is closer than you might think?
Today, the expression knowledge is power is more often linked to the abundance of information available via the internet. But information doesn’t always produce knowledge. This should be somewhat self-evident with all the conflicting and confusing information available on the internet today.
Here’s the challenge: practice makes perfect. Do what Jesus teaches in Matthew 18. Get good at these and we’ll be better prepared, now and in the future, for living in God’s everlasting Kingdom.
Like the consummate spiritual guide, Jesus led his disciples and the people of Israel with righteousness and holiness. He masterfully led them with perfect gentleness and limited but powerful words.
How do we show love and how can we be a peacemaker in our relationships? We love others and bring peace to our relationships when we follow what is true and do good.
Satan likes to imitate a lion. By refusing his bait, we not only rebuke his phony roar. We remind him of that his days are numbered. We allow him to hear the sound of the real Lion—the sound that drives him CRAZY and makes him flee.
What if I stopped focusing on what makes us different and focus on what we have in common? What if I looked at others through the eyes of Jesus?
In Psalm 1 the writer declares the wisdom of making right choices, that meditating on God’s word is the way to finding happiness…
Adoption into the family of God should cause all Christians to understand the implications for the way that we should treat others. When I recognize that those who claim the name of Christ are adopted into our family, I should guard the way I treat them.