Memory is a wonderful thing. It can be jogged and triggered and even shared. But even when we share an experience we may not have the same memory of it. The psalmist tells us there are several important items to remember when we think about our experiences. Discover those items
The message given to Daniel was one of exacting detail. God wanted to encourage Daniel that in spite of all that would occur, there was a plan to bring Israel and her people safely into the place where God’s presence and blessings would be personally felt and experienced. In the
How should we relate to history: ignore it and be forced to relearn its lessons, OR look at it so intently that we forget to live in the present? There is a balance that can be maintained! When we face difficulty, we often question whether there is a plan in
Life is hard; that is one of the harsh realities of life. But Daniel teaches us that we are not alone in the midst of the hardships of life. God is ever present to give us strength. Listen as Daniel learns these lessons; and learn them for your life, too!
Have you ever asked a question, gotten an answer, and then had to have the answer explained? Sometimes just “having the answer” isn’t enough! Daniel was praying about the situation his nation faced, and the answers were not adding up the way he thought they should. How good it is
Some situations in life generate questions. It is nice when there are answers; but some answers just generate more questions! In Daniel 8, Daniel sees another vision about future events. This vision generates questions, and some of them are answered. Join us today as we take comfort in the fact
Have you ever thought about the game Hide and Seek in connection with The Apocalypse? The word “apocalypse” merely means to make hidden things known. Hide and Seek has the “come out, come out wherever you are” feature to make hidden things revealed. They DO go together! Looking at the
God’s merciful love affects the way we think and respond to our Savior, Jesus Christ. If we truly know and have experienced God’s merciful love, we will have a different outlook on Jesus and our response to Him will be evident to others in three specific areas.
James addresses those that were living out their everyday life claiming to be submitted to God, yet not showing any sign of that submission in their daily walk. Even the way they looked forward to the future needed to be submitted to God. A properly submitted life will properly plan