Everything we need to settle our account before God is met in Christ and Him alone.
It is God's nature to work from the inside out.
We need to come to the Word of God with child-like awe.
We do not have to be prisoners to what has gone before.
When we find ourselves in crisis, either self-inflicted or through circumstances not our making, the advice is the same: remember that the God we serve is almighty.
Be thou in the fear of the LORD all the day long. For surely there is an end, and thine expectation shall not be cut off.
In Genesis 24 we read the account of Abraham’s commission to his eldest servant. We’re told in an earlier passage that Abraham had three hundred eighteen “trained servants, born in his own house” (Genesis 14:14). If his eldest servant is any indication, it’s perhaps better to understand Abraham’s training as “raising,” or “nurturing” because we … Continue reading Stubborn Faith