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Peter has given much encouragement and comfort to suffering Christians throughout this first letter. Now, as he brings the letter to a close, he makes sure that he imparts some final practical wisdom for their lives......and for ours too.
Christmas, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year,” right?” Not always. Sometimes Christmas brings STRESS. We feel the STRESS of extra holiday obligations and expectations on top of the normal demands of family, friends, teachers and coaches. Even the very first Christmas was STRESSFUL. So what can you do to manage the STRESS? Check out this message and find out.
David's confession of trust is a great reminder to us of the spirit we need as we not only survive, but thrive during the holiday season.
Our Maker has made us to interact with and intersect with others in life. We are not an island unto ourselves where we reside in a fort built for one but have been designed to connect our islands and form alliances.
Is your family ready for the back to school routine? Family Life news has assembled a panel of experts to give you some peace of mind
This Sunday we learned how the word of God is like refreshing water to our bodies. This water from God needs to penetrate past our flesh, bones, soul, and into our spirits. Without this water, our spirit is not fed, and we are more that likely to burn out.
Worries of this life are to much for us some times, but there is an answer.
Many Christians are living lives that might best be described as insane. They are repeating the same behavior patterns over and over again. A significant reason for this is our distorted view of the place of the Word of God in the Christian life. It is seen as a nice add-on option for “super Christians,” but not really essential for “regular folks.” Until this view changes, we will continue to be stuck in insanity. Find out why. 1Jn 1:8-9; Jas 1:13-15; 2Pet 1:3-4; Jas 1:22-25; Jas 1:20; Eph 4:26-27; Ro 12:19; Jas 1:25