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Jesus is the way, the truth, and life, and He has given us life eternal! Come and stir up the river of life that is on the inside of you today.

So Much to Do, So Little Time

When we trust God to guide us, He, too, can diffuse our anxieties by giving us clear guidance.

Living Without Goals

The Bible tells us that today we must live with the goal of honoring God and bearing fruit as we seek His will.

The Voice of God

Listening to God demands our time and attention. Sometimes our minds are so crowded with other concerns that we can’t hear Him, but there is nothing more important than heeding His voice and operating under His control.

God’s Vision For You

God’s plan for the people of the nation of Israel was only for their good. Yet they wandered around in the wilderness for 40...

Diamonds in the Rough

God, the Master artisan, sees the beauty buried deep within our lives.  Often, through adversity, sorrow, and suffering, our undesirable traits are evident and we trust the Lord will sand off those rough edges. Our heavenly Father works carefully, as He envisions us as a precious jewel in His Kingdom.

Disciplines of Durability

Moses was one who hung tough, who refused to give in or give up, who decided that no amount of odds against him would cause him to surrender. He had staying power. He possessed the disciplines of durability.

The Power Within

God's Spirit works in every believer. He does not limit Himself to pastors and missionaries. If you've received Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, then residing within you is the same great power that raised Christ from the dead. The Holy Spirit pours His energy into creating godly character in all who follow the Lord.

What God wants from you

Ah, the pressures of life... Sixty-hour workweeks. Razor-thin balances in the checkbook every month. Children and/or grandchildren who call for unending, boundless bursts of...

How to Treat Anxiety with a Healing Dose of Scripture

Anxiety may well be the norm for those who live in uncertain times. And yet there is a Scriptural answer for it. Perhaps we should think of anxiety not so much as depression as a blend of worry and fear. It’s a first-cousin to stress. Anxiety is fear about something that may or may not happen in the future. And it doesn’t go away or cave-in when you become a believer in Christ, in the same way that temptation actually increases after salvation.

You can make a difference

Overwhelming odds can make cowards of us all. Because there is so much to be done, we can easily lose heart and do nothing at all. Because there are so many people in the world to reach, it is easy to forget that God wants to use us to touch those within our sphere of responsibility. Have you ever felt like that? I have too.

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