Desperate times call for a great God. The 69th psalm reminds us that God protects His servants in desperate times. Listen for three statements you can make when facing trouble.
We celebrate the continued life of Jesus, asking the logical question “now what?” Jesus answers this question with three statements. Because Jesus lives, I live differently.
Paul addresses the issue of tolerance. He encourages Galatian believers NOT to tolerate changing the Good News. Convinced that Good News creates opportunities, Paul shares three observations demonstrating the liberating message of Jesus.
Paul’s message to the Galatians is one that needs to be heard today: Jesus is enough. Not only will you notice three actions Jesus performs, but you will be reminded of Jesus’ sufficiency.
David was king because God is always faithful. This truth must be embraced. God demonstrates His faithfulness in three specific areas.
The record of David’s life highlights that mercy brings healing. Today we discover seven specific keys to finding the sweet relief only mercy can bring.
Society needs critical thinkers. These individuals not only evaluate messages and motives, but develop proper responses. David shows the importance of evaluating information.
David experience while facing a totally unexpected challenge teaches us a valuable lesson: godly people lead in times of crisis.
God protects His people wherever they run for help. Not only do friends and family provide help, but God give greater protection in times of trouble.
Christmas is about gifts and giving. Paul says love is the greatest gift; and today you will see that is true. First John repeats the theme of love, conveying a critical truth we celebrate at Christmas: Love builds relationships. Let’s discover three ways love builds relationships.