Psalm 103 reminds us that our life is to be marked by the worship of God. As we reflect upon His amazing love and His grace toward undeserving sinners, we are called to turn our affections toward Him and lift up His name in praise
Psalm 42 is an incredible help to the hurting soul. The psalmist, in this instructive psalm of lament, gives us an honest picture of HOW TO HURT, how to suffer and how to do it in a way that honors the God who has given us every reason to hope!
This is the final psalm attributed to David. It is the last of the alphabetic (acrostic) Psalms in which each verse begins with consecutive letters of the Hebrew alphabet. One man said, “The psalm offers praise from A to Z to God described from A to Z."
What does it mean to fear the Lord? Most Christians are unsure. Are we to be afraid of God? Or does fear mean something different than outright fear? It's used throughout the Bible, but an outsized proportion is found in Proverbs. Join us this week as we kick off our study of Proverbs by looking at how the fear of the Lord is "the beginning of knowledge" (Prov 1:7) and "the beginning of wisdom" (Prov 9:10).
What often comes to your mind when you hear the word, purity? The Bible has so much to say about the purity of our hearts and our minds, as well as our bodies. Learn how to grow in purity in every area of your life.
The greatest need in the world is for lost souls to come to the knowledge of Jesus Christ and the greatest need in the church is for there to be more workers to participate in the sharing of the gospel to a lost world.
Paul concludes his letter to his apostolic assistant by asking him what his treasure is. He gives instruction to the materially rich and the spiritually rich. What is true treasure, and what are we to do with our treasure? Paul actually exposes one of the indicators of maturity—what you do with your wealth and what you do with God’s Word actually expose your genuine level of maturity. Paul will wrap it all up with an encouragement for all of us to depend on Christ alone.