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Finding Strength in God Alone

Everyone suffers. No one is immune to physical, emotional, or mental pain. Pain is not proportional. There are people who have experienced what seems to be more than their share. Dr. John walks us through the most painful time of David’s life. In place of anger or bitterness, David strengthened himself in the Lord. We can do the same.


Trusting God When We Imagine the Worst

Have you ever laid awake at night imagining the worst that could happen to you? Most of us have dealt with the pessimistic outcomes conjured in our fearful minds. Today, Dr. John deals with David’s actions and plans to fix the negative outcomes he developed in his own mind. Regardless of the measures intended, nothing ever replaces faith in the care, presence, and promise of God.


Learning You Cannot Fight Alone

David went from being an obscure shepherd boy to Israel’s hero. He was elevated, applauded and sung about. How did a young boy navigate the rapids of fame? Today Dr. John points to a gift that God provided for David; a friend. Jonathan and David were bound by heart. This friendship did more than help David understand the royal court. It helped stabilize David in the crush of popularity. Everyone needs a friend.


Christian Freedom

Celebrating Our Freedom in Christ

1 Corinthians 8-11 are 4 chapters in our Bible that deal with Christian freedom. They invite us to celebrate our freedom in Christ.But rather than concentrating on what is permissible and what is not, these chapters invite us to use our freedom for the glory of God and the advancement of the gospel. If there is anything that binds us from doing that, we have not yet experienced liberation.


Where’s the Fear of God?

The idea and reality of the fear of God isn’t talked about a lot in today’s church. So, where is it? I believe it’s found and felt when we behold God for who He is.


Faith, Love & Hope

Multiple times in the New Testament we read of faith, hope, and love in the same thought (1 Corinthians 13:13, 1 Thessalonians 1:3, 5:8-9, 2 Thessalonians 1:3-4, Jude 22-21). Why…


Knowing Jesus Changes our Lifestyle

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