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There Are Places That Our Good Shepherd Leads Us

The Lord, my perfect Shepherd, who’s there with me and leads me through the rough terrain, is the only one who knows how to take me to places where I can find the rest and refreshment I need.

The Eternity of God

God is able to see the future, not because He can foresee it but because He has already lived in it—just as He is living in the present, just as He has lived in the past.

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

We all want to know why only the good die young or why in the world wonderful, kind people find themselves in tragedy while the rotten, selfish folks continue on their merry way.

A Rapture Study

The Bible describes this moment as a minuscule amount of time; He disappears as soon as He appears and takes us with Him.

Do You Struggle With Sanctification?

Mistakes will be made along the way. That doesn’t mean we give up and return to our old way of living. This means we identify where we fail to trust Jesus and allow Him to guide us.

Invisible Afflictions

If you can remember that someone’s mental health is just as important and relevant as your physical health, you’re already helping more than you know.

The Life of David Part VII: Fatherhood

David was a much better king than he was a father. Many men who are great at their jobs or in church work fail to lead the next generation of their family

Taking Out The Garbage

Garbage is not kept inside our homes but is put outside and taken away. We are to do the same with our sour and putrid thoughts.

Dangerous Portions

Most of my life, I have experienced a problem that many Christians (and most certainly the world) have when it comes to “feel-good” passages in the Bible. It’s what I call Dangerous Portions.

Chasing Our God-Given Vision

In a world that pulls for our undivided attention at every turn, we all need a God-given vision to push us forward. Things don’t have to be perfect in order for us to begin what God has laid on our hearts. We can start sharing Jesus right where we are.