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
This is a time for us to deepen our trust in God’s control over nature, and his control over our lives.
The author of Hebrews says that because of Jesus we can enter God’s presence with boldness.
Every day our leaders are making life-or-death decisions with incomplete information and conflicting advice from experts. Now more than ever, we need local, state, and national leaders who “vindicate the afflicted, help the poor, and crush the oppressor.”
Many would say we are in the middle or hopefully coming out of a terrible situation. Do you believe that God is still in control of everything?
Like the psalmist, we’ve been in situations where we want God to hurry, where we want God to not delay. But here’s the truth you need to recognize on this side of the cross…
Jesus said God intended his house to be a uniquely powerful place of communal worship, prayer, and learning, not a marketplace. And that’s why every Christian feels a desperate longing to be back at church with God’s people, the new temple.
They say power changes you. But what if what it really does is expose you?
The question we always need to ask ourselves is, “God, what have you blessed me with? How do you want me to use it to glorify you and bless other people?”
If God treated us the way we treat other people who fail us what would that look like?
The Bible says that God chooses us before we’re even born…