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Looking at Psalm 68, we find God responding to each person according to their situation. God responds to the wicked and the suffering, the proud and the humble, His people and His other creations. In the face of all these various situations, we have a choice of what narrative to believe and how to respond.
The apostle James is encouraging us when we face trials to consider it a great joy. For many of us, this may seem like a nearly herculean task. Is it even possible to view trials in a positive light?
We can identify as so many different things, but these identities are not ones that should primarily shape our lives. Our truest identity is being “in Christ” and leaning into this truth should transform every aspect of our lives.
You’re probably familiar with the Christian hymn, “Amazing Grace.” Have you taken the time to listen to the lyrics, or have you asked yourself what grace is and why is it amazing?
Have you ever felt like you were in a dry season, like you were in the valley of death? In Ezekiel 37, the prophet Ezekiel has a crazy vision unlike any other in the Old Testament about God giving hope in a hopeless place.
No Christian can live his or her life outside of and apart from the Word. I’m not talking about skimming through the pages of Scripture or the two-minute Bible study. I’m talking about deep, meditative, slooooooooow reading to the point where you’re no longer reading the Word, but it begins to read YOU.
How do I handle situations where there appears to be conflicting guidance between resting and working hard? How can I know God’s will for my life? The answer: read God’s word.
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This Proverbs 31 woman is the result of a Proverbs 31 family. While the final chapter of this book primarily focuses on this exceptional woman, it also invites us into her home. It’s here that we are introduced to her husband and children, and we get to see glimpses of her marriage and family interacting before us.
What kind of words does a mother give to a king? What lessons will she leave him with? Let’s see them in Proverbs 31:1-9.