Tag Archives: Faith

Do Not Be Afraid

In every circumstance, whether encountering the living God, or facing the terrifying circumstances of the day, the repeated command is clear: Do not be afraid. Continue reading

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Outbreaks & the Church

When the government, the press, the scientific community, and even social media get’s everything wrong and can’t seem to get their act together, this is a reminder that those who put their faith in the strength of man will be ultimately disappointed. Continue reading

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Why We Struggle to Pray

Thomas Watson, one of those old Puritans, nails us perfectly, when he wrote, “Jesus went more willingly to the cross than we do to the throne of grace.” Continue reading

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The Improvement of Trouble

God knows you cannot love trouble. Yet for the blessings that it brings, He can make you pray for it. Continue reading

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Yet I Will Rejoice

“Though the fig tree should not blossom,  nor fruit be on the vines,  the produce of the olive fail,  and the fields yield no food,  the flock be cut off from the fold,  and there be no herd in the … Continue reading

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When we stand firm in our faith in God, our feet are on solid ground.  His word is true and never changing.  He is more unmoving than Gibraltar, mightier than Everest, stronger than diamonds. Continue reading

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Slow Growth in a Fast World

Growth in the Christian life doesn’t just happen, and it certainly doesn’t happen quickly.   Simply growing older doesn’t bring maturity in faith and understanding. Continue reading

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