Your entire Thanksgiving Feast summed up in one verse. 1 Thessalonians 5:18: In everything give thanks for this is the Will of God in Christ Jesus. You, through Christ are in God’s will and can give thanks in everything. Be thankful in everything.
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Recently we witnessed the total depravity of man manifest in Las Vegas. Here On the month of the 500th year anniversary of the reformation.
Depraved – debauched sin rocks sin city. In the middle of a big country music concert a deranged Gunman killed over 57 people & wounded over 500. What was his motivation? All the media outlets are wondering What drove him to it? The same thing that plagues all of us in Adams fallen race-sin or total depravity as the reformers called it.
Hence Romans 3:23 & Romans 6:23.
A graphic reminder of our desperate need for the Savior and our need to pray for and support all the ministry happening today in sin city.
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When are people going to stop disrespecting other people? The only kneeling that brings healing has nothing to do with the national anthem! Check out Stu’s new Tru Commentary here >>> http://bit.ly/2fAfCwf
What are your chains? And how could Paul say in Philippians 1:13, “My chains are in Christ”?
I’ve been absolutely fascinated with this little phrase from Paul in Philippians 1, verse 13 where he says my chains, my bonds…are in Christ. Here he goes to Rome to preach the Gospel and ends up going as a prisoner chained, in house arrest, to a Roman guard.
Things may not have seemed to turn out like he had hoped, but he says this has happened to the furtherance of the Gospel. Whatever your chains are, whatever rough stuff you’re going through, remember, God has you in that mess to spread His message! Can you say with Paul, “My chains are in Christ?” If you’re in Christ, you can say that. Trust Him today and let Him break every chain in your life.
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The presence of God equals the absence of worry. You can’t have it both ways. So often we connect Philippians 4: 6-7, but we don’t connect Philippians 4: 5-6, which says “The Lord is at hand” and then in verse 6, “be anxious for nothing.” God’s presence, imminence, His existence in my life goes dead against all my worries and all my troubles.
The real question is, “How big is your God?” Because the Lord is at hand, we should worry about nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication make your requests be made known unto Him and His peace will guard your hearts. Remember how big your God is and your worries will become really small.
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I posed this question to my 9th graders recently in Church, and I got some weird looks, finally after I was carrying my bible after asking them “If you got a text from God would you open it?” they suddenly realized what I was talking about. Read more »
When was the last time you let the father love you?
When was the last time you let your guard down, and let God in?
In John 15:9 Jesus said, “As the father has loved me, so I have loved you. Continue ye, in my love.”
Do you know how much God loves you?
We know John 3:16, “for God so loved the world”. How much he has done for you how crazy he is about you. But that love can’t penetrate unless you let God love you.
For Father’s Day, no matter what you situation, allow the heavenly father to love you and bask in that amazing supernatural unconditional love. John 15:9
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This wasn’t my Grammy’s Grammy’s, I’m gonna tell ya that.
God was blasphemed in a horrific way with this Mass homosexual wedding at the end of the Grammy’s and a song, “We can’t change”, although the chorus of the song does say “we can change”. Read more »