Sometimes it’s the little things, the small details, that hit the high notes of our praise.
Consider the beautiful irony of this. The King of kings, whose deeds are worthy of being proclaimed among the nations, he remembers the weak. He never forgets. His mind is a veritable steel-trap
One of the ways we know we are living a Spirit-led life is if we see evidence that it is a sin-killing life.
Have you considered that your actions can hinder your greatest blessing?
Have you compartmentalized your spiritual life to simply public assemblies? The pattern in the Psalms is both public and private devotions.
How do you handle criticism? We are often quick to exonerate rather than examine ourselves. The biblical pattern is less self-defending and more self-examining.
Each day we rest our weary, restless heads down upon the pillow of God’s promises and are met with the soothing comfort of God.
What is the strategy if you are feeling stagnate in your spiritual life? The starting point is most often with ourselves.
With the constant exposure to the impact of sin, limited growth, and personal discouragement, the pastor may be tempted to believe his preaching is not doing anything. But, since Christ has risen from the dead, we can be assured that in fact our preaching is not in vain.
The daily headlines are providing a moral change that can give us cultural whiplash. But how do you respond to these things? How would God have us respond? Since these things are not going away, it is vitally important that we get this.