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John 15:11

A Thankful Heart Is A Joy-Filled Heart

One of the most important reasons having joy is important is because it can help us win the lost to Jesus. You can’t go around with a Bible under one arm and a tombstone under the other saying, “Don’t you want to be like I am?” Our best advertisement is the joy of the Lord. 


Things That Count

Do you consider yourself religious? Paul remembered the time when he was religious but he was lost. When God saved him, he discovered that in spite of his religion and legalism, he was bankrupt, blind and bound for hell. Not only did this truth change his life but he wanted it to change every person’s life who counts religion as righteousness. Philippians 3:1-9 teaches us what we need to do to get our priorities straight.


Romans 8:26

Our Greatest Prayer Partner

"Likewise the Spirit also helps in our weaknesses. For we do not know what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us..." (Romans 8:26).

Are you satisfied with your prayer life? Most of us would answer no. Prayer is our greatest Christian privilege but, sadly, our greatest failure. We fail more in our prayer life than in any other place. 



What's It All About?

Whatever our occupation, every Christian has a second full-time job—we are called to be evangelists. Our Savior said, “Lift up your eyes and look upon the fields, they are white already unto harvest” (John 4:35). 

Part of God’s plan for you is to get your eyes off self and onto others. No matter how faithfully you attend church, generously give, eloquently teach, or circumspectly walk, if you’re not endeavoring to bring people to Jesus Christ, you’re not right with God. God didn’t save you to be a member of Christians Anonymous. He commands us to go make disciples. It’s not a request; it’s a command. 



Is God Finished With Me?

Someone reading this article—it may be you—has failed the Lord, and you think perhaps God is finished with you.

In Joshua 8:1 we read that, coming off the incredible victory over Jericho, God’s people Israel met a stunning defeat against the small city of Ai, because there was sin in the camp. The sin was discovered and dealt with, but Joshua was dejected—even though he had not been personally responsible.


Acts 8

Don't Go To Heaven Alone

In Acts 8, we read about how Philip led an Ethiopian eunuch to the Lord. There are three commitments reflected in Philip’s life that I want to challenge you to make this week.

Write them down and say, “By the grace of God, I am going to do these three things this week.” Then, I would like for you to write and tell me what God has done through you.


Facing Your Fear

During the Great Depression, President Roosevelt famously said, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself.” Those were riveting words, however, I don’t agree. There are many things in our world to fear! Today, people fear losing their health, their wealth, their savings, their job…they even fear losing their family or friends.

God’s Word has plenty to say about conquering fear, facing fear with faith, and living a future free from the bondage of fear.


God & Government

The Only Hope For America

America’s only hope is found in this verse. Our nation had a godly founding and a glorious past, but if the Lord tarries, what kind of nation will our children inherit? Evidently Americans believe the economy is the top issue. But I’d rather leave my children the legacy of a godly nation than great wealth squandered in a godless society. Righteousness is our greatest need. Alexander Hamilton said, “People get the government they deserve.” Something has happened in America. If we want to know what’s wrong, we need to look in the mirror.


Live Overflowing

"In the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried saying, If any man thirst, let him come unto Me, and drink. He that believeth on Me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water" (John 7:37-38).

Do you consider your life stagnant or would you consider it overflowing? Perhaps it’s time to stop enduring religion and start enjoying a relationship. You’ll find then you will not just merely become a reservoir, but become a river. How does Jesus address this issue and what does He say about how to accomplish this?


Ephesians 4:7-8

Unwrapping Your Spiritual Gift

An elderly nurse, a member of Charles Spurgeon’s congregation, was living in the poor house, and the great Spurgeon went to visit her. He saw a framed certificate on her wall that she had received when a wealthy man she had cared for died. She didn’t know what it was. Spurgeon read it and learned the man left her his vast estate. Yet she was living destitute, not knowing the value of what she’d been left. 

When Jesus Christ ascended to Heaven, He left you an incredible gift—your spiritual gift. Maybe you’ve not discovered yet what you have in Jesus. Could it be you have it framed on the wall, not using it? Or have left your gift under the tree, unopened and unappreciated? 

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