“You intended to harm me, but God intended it all for good” (Genesis 50:20).
- The Big "I"10/28/2014 - Integrity doesn’t come easy. For the people of Jerusalem and Samaria, it meant hearing Micah declare God’s judgment on them.
- "Jesus Loves Me"10/27/2014 - Jonah couldn’t do it. Nor could Moses nor David nor Paul. They couldn’t escape God’s call.
- With Us10/26/2014 - You’ve wondered if there was any hope, any possibility of change, any relief. My hunch is that in these places—like Jonah—you prayed.
- Who Touched Me?10/25/2014 - This is a wonderful reminder that God wants to mend not only our physical wounds, but our hearts and souls as well.
- The Risk of Love10/24/2014 - “Being loved” is hard for many of us. We need courage to open ourselves to receive love from others.
- Temptations We Face10/23/2014 - The temptations in your life are no different from what others experience. And God is faithful.
- Well-lit10/22/2014 - Just as “God is light, and there is no darkness in him at all” (1 John 1:5), so we must decide between light and darkness.
- Turning to Friends10/21/2014 - Jesus shared with His friends the depth of anguish He was feeling and then told them what He needed.
- No Regrets10/20/2014 - “Whatever you do, do well” (v.10). Carry out your duties with gusto.
- Father of Lies10/19/2014 - Let’s be clear: The devil and his demonic companions are not messengers to be befriended, but forces to be resisted (James 4:7).
- Paying Pain Forward10/18/2014 - Jonathan in 1 Samuel shows us that a person can choose to treat people well even if they’ve endured past hurts.
- Bridging the Chasm10/17/2014 - Jesus didn’t leave a caldera between His Father and us; He bridged the chasm.
- Unfathomable - Yet Intimate10/16/2014 - God tells us plainly that His ways are too complex for us to grasp (Isaiah 55:8-9).
- A Shameful Example10/15/2014 - The shameful consequences of our disobedience of God’s commands may also be seen by others—providing a stark warning for them.
- Not Idle Words10/14/2014 - It doesn’t matter how many copies of the Bible you own, but it’s vital that you read, know, and obey it.
- Why?10/13/2014 - There are times when we ask God, Why? He understands and sympathizes with us (Hebrews 4:15).
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