A Cry for Syria and Iraq’s Children from Psalm 10

Expect another post about the flooding in Watseka and the efforts to help the displaced and hurting sometime today. For now, Psalm 10 might be a good place to start your devotions if you are feeling overwhelmed with the needs of those around you. For more see this revised post from September of last year: … More A Cry for Syria and Iraq’s Children from Psalm 10

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More Thoughts on Strengthening Your Heart When You aren’t Forgiven

This continues the post Forgiveness: The Word We Most Need to Hear What do you do to strengthen your heart while you wait for the forgiveness your heart longs for? Remember that there is ONE who forgives perfectly and rejoice in Him (Phil. 4:4; 1 Thess. 5:16-18). Put your trust in God, not in a … More More Thoughts on Strengthening Your Heart When You aren’t Forgiven

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Keith and Kristyn Getty: On Modern Hymns and Worship

Sunday Afternoon Musings Worship is the priority of the church. It is fuel for evangelism. It is often neglected in private and unattended in public. But it remains a priority for the church. Which is why, when I saw this article in the Winter issue of Trinity Magazine, I knew I wanted to get it … More Keith and Kristyn Getty: On Modern Hymns and Worship

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For Those Whose Faith Sometimes Falters

Wednesday is for Prayer My friend Miguel Labrador, missionary in the Ecuadorian Cloud Forest put a link up on Facebook a couple of days ago that included this magnificent quote from Charles Spurgeon. Faith and periodic doubt, sometimes deep soul-devouring doubt are not mutually exclusive, especially when we contrast our need for the gospel and … More For Those Whose Faith Sometimes Falters

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