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Psalm 42

Dealing with Depression

Americans spend billions of dollars a year trying to do something about depression. Even some of God’s greatest saints have gone through a dark, deep night of severe depression.


Luke 2:7-11

Jesus: The Lamb of God

Jesus is the Lamb of God who was prophesied in the Old Testament, slain for the sin of the world and resurrected according to the Gospels, and stands in victory in the Book of Revelation.


John 1:1-4

Jesus: Baby, Son of God, the Great I AM

The Baby Jesus in the manger is the Son of God; He is one with God the Father and the Holy Spirit. This is the Trinity.


Matthew 2:1-12

Jesus: Wise Men Worship Him

You can be wise and worship Jesus not just as a baby in the manager but as the Lord of lords and King of kings.


Isaiah 53:1-12

Jesus: The Biography of Our King

The Baby Jesus born in Bethlehem is fully God, fully man, the Messiah promised in Old Testament Scripture, the Savior of the world, and the eternal King.


Baby Jesus, the “Thrill of Hope,” Changes Everything!

You’ve heard young couples say, “A baby changes everything.” This is so true! There is a moment after the birth of a baby in which the whole world is transformed. Nine months of waiting have ended and a deep love previously unknown is awakened in the hearts of Mom, Dad, siblings, grandparents…every member of the family.


Ephesians 5:20

Thanking God for Everything

Can we thank God for everything? Here are seven reasons why we can thank God even when we endure trouble.


John 16:7

Thank God for His Holy Spirit

We can thank God for His Holy Spirit because it is He who convicts us of sin, convinces us that we can be made right with God only through the Savior, and helps us understand Satan’s power over us is broken.


Colossians 3:16-23

Living Like Jesus Through Grateful Worship

Living a life of grateful worship means our everyday actions look like Christ, exhibit His power, and result in praise to His name.


Gratitude Makes Us More Like Jesus

God does not NEED our gratitude, but He wants our gratitude, which we express as worship. Why? Does anything we have to give enrich God? If we give him our money, his wealth does not increase—He owns “the cattle on a thousand hills.” (See Psalm 50:10.) If we give Him our strength, He is no stronger—He already upholds the Universe “by the word of His power.” (See Hebrews 1:3.) God does not learn anything if we give Him our knowledge—He “knows all things” (See 1 John 3:20.); “His understanding is infinite” (Psalm 147:5).

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