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You’ve been through the valley, trudged through the mucky sins and struggles of life, fought with your old self, even wrestled with God himself late at night through tears and silenced screams, and He has delivered you. Now you are standing on top of this spiritual mountain, surveying the struggle it took to get here, … Continue reading How To Live On Top Of The Mountain →
Mystery Question of the day…Why did the people in Genesis live such long lives? It is somewhat of a mystery why people in early chapters of Genesis lived such long lives. There are many theories put forward by biblical scholars. The genealogy in Genesis 5 records the line of the godly descendants of Adam”the line … Continue reading Mystery Question of the Day: ‘Why did the People in Genesis Live Such Long Lives?’ →
Ephesians 1 talks about predestination. Are we all predestined to come into the knowledge of Christ or are there some people who are never predestined, therefore who are unable to believe and repent? Many people deny this but we cannot deny what the Word of God says, my answer to you is yes because the … Continue reading Tough Question for the Day…You may not know the answer: ‘Are we Predestined to know Christ?’ →
Tools For Spiritual Life Question of the Day: What is the Key to effective prayer? We all want our prayers to be “effective,” so much so that when we focus on the “results” of our prayers, we lose sight of the incredible privilege we have in prayer. That people like us can speak to the … Continue reading Tools For Spiritual Life Question of the Day: What is the Key to effective prayer? →
Got hope? Esther 8:7-14 Filled with hatred for Mordecai, Haman tricked the king into granting legal permission to annihilate all Jews. According to Persian law, this royal edict could not be revoked, even after the king had learned of Haman’s treachery. But the king’s deep affection and compassion for Esther moved him to create a … Continue reading Extreme Makeover: The Jesus Edition →
Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. – Phil 4:6 Cutting off the endless loop of anxious thoughts is important, as anxiety … Continue reading Daily Living: Anxiety vs. Concern →
We don’t know. Because no matter how we try to phrase it, relegate, explain our intentions or manipulate the statistics, God knew the heart of Judas. He knows our hearts, too. God, being the gentleman that he is, let Judas have his way. Even though Judas felt like it was the right thing at the … Continue reading Judas and Us →
Names mean a great deal to God – they tell His story, Adam who is dust, Eve who is the mother of all the living, Noah who offers rest. You could tell the story of salvation with names alone. Case in point: David, Bathsheba, and Solomon. Not exactly the crowning moment of God. Or is … Continue reading Question of the Day: What Have These Names Got to Do With the Messiah? →