Week 1: Our Anchor of Hope Hymn Lyric: Chorus From the Beloved Hymn "I've Anchored in Jesus" “I’ve anchored in Jesus, the storms of life I’ll brave, I’ve anchored in Jesus, I fear no wind or wave; I’ve anchored in Jesus, for He hath pow’r to save, I’ve anchored to the Rock of Ages.” Bible Verse: Hebrews… Continue reading Anchor Your Soul in Hope
Whether you're just coming out of a trial, in a storm now, or about to hit a rough patch, everyone needs encouragement sometimes. One place we can find it is in Exodus 3:14. Moses had just encountered God in the burning bush that was not consumed. God had given him his call to bring His… Continue reading “I Am That I Am” Is Everything We Need
It’s not exactly a secret that we are in the last of the last days. But, it’s one thing to read the descriptions from Matthew 24 and nod your head. It’s quite another to experience it in living color. Matthew 24:12 says, “And because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold.” Iniquity (or… Continue reading 3 Things to Remember When Iniquity Abounds
Fear is natural, and in many cases, it’s a good thing. As children, we were taught to fear hot stoves and the middle of the street for our own good. But while fear can be a motivating factor to be careful and wise in our dealings, it can also cause torment if we allow it… Continue reading Instead of Fear, Choose Faith in God’s Promises
This week, like I often do, I was asking God to speak to me. He does that once in a while, and it thrills me every time. Sometimes I will get a word or phrase that will turn out to be what the pastor is preaching that Sunday morning. Sometimes, it’s a message that will… Continue reading A Message of Hope in a Time of Great Trial
The view from my desk. Just ask anybody: spiritual warfare is intensifying. The devil knows his time is short, and he is seeking to wear out the saints. Now, we know that greater is He who is in us than he who is in the world. We know that. But when an attack comes at… Continue reading Standing on the Promises of God
As Christians, we pray every day. We just do. We pray for ourselves, our families, and our fellow Christians, as well as a variety of other people and situations that present themselves in our lives each day. God knows us and guides us, many times by those very prayers. So, when something happened at the… Continue reading God Knows Even When You Don’t – So Pray!
A study of Hebrews 3-4 reveals instructions to keep us on the right track.
There is hope for lost loved ones when we understand God's great mercy. Like most everyone in these last days, I have unsaved loved ones, friends, and acquaintances whom I pray for daily. Still, they remain hostile to the God and dead in their sins. They are blind to the bleak future ahead of them… Continue reading Hope For Lost Loved Ones: God’s Mercy in Trials