It's easy to read through the first half of Exodus like a storybook. And then comes the latter half - covenants and law, rules and instruction. It seems so antiquated. What are we to make of all this?
Here and now, in the midst of the “lonely,” the Lord is worthy to be praised.
Imagine what could be if the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ is what we proclaimed to everyone. Imagine what could be if grace drove our entire lives and if it’s what we wished for each and every person.
Before the Fall, Adam and Eve had a sense of belonging. But after the Fall they felt rejected, experiencing a need to belong.
When you were dead, He made you alive!
One of God’s names is Jehovah Jireh which means the Lord will provide, not the Lord might provide.
We may not feel worthy of God’s call, but nevertheless, He makes us complete.
We can trust God to bless our time of rest and make us effective when we return work.
God became flesh to accomplish your redemption. Have you accepted His gift of salvation?
When our temptations feel overpowering, God provides the way out.
Leaving a legacy involves far more than handing down a monetary inheritance or passing on a good family name.
Following the Teacher will occasionally run counter to the world around us.
As with any fruit, we won’t see it and enjoy it right away.
Only God can bring hope to the hopeless, and fearlessness to those who fear.
Below are five ways to cooperate with the Holy Spirit to help lead your children to faith in Jesus Christ.
I love how the Lord employed unlikely people to do extraordinary things.
God, in His faithfulness, walks through the wilderness with us.
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