While Harbor is scattered, we’re challenging the whole church to read a Psalm a day to stay encouraged and connected. Here are daily boosts of encouragement based on those Psalms. Get the Daily Boost in your inbox HERE
Psalm 147 is a psalm that speaks to God’s love for his people.
God helps the helpless and defends the defenseless. When you’re feeling down, the best way to lift your spirit is to preach truths like that to yourself.
A.W. Tozer profoundly stated, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.”
We’ve all come to realize something over the last few months that most of us had forgotten before: life is a fight.
What David understands that we so often forget is that when we appeal to God for deliverance from evil, one of the things we must acknowledge is the fact that we are ourselves unrighteous.
Do you know of anyone going through a dark, lonely, disheartening time right now?
Our prayers should be pleasing to God just as incense has a pleasing smell.
As Christians, how should we deal with our own enemies?
if you’re a mess, go to God. If you’re sad and apathetic, go to God. If you’re angry at someone, go to God.
How does God’s people get “hyped” in the middle of a pandemic that feels like it’s never going to end?