Here’s a reason why we get into trouble - we make decisions based on partial information, rather than the whole story. How can we stop doing this? Today we will learn how.
Here is a certainty that we must pay special attention to – oppression of the weak always follows a rejection of God. We are experiencing a rejection of God. Unless there is repentance, there will one day be oppression of the weak.
When you find yourself in tight spots, temptation to do the wrong thing will be greater. Today I will share with you what you must do when you find yourself in difficult situations.
In all the universe with all its vastness and glory, in all the earth with its beauties that we behold, there is something even greater that has been made to show the glory of God. You might be surprised at what it is.
For 1000 years, the descendants of a man named Asaph were singing the praises of God in the Temple. How would you like that for a legacy – knowing your descendants were leading others in worship? Today, we are going to learn about this man and one of the Psalms he wrote that is a work of priceless art.
God allows suffering and evil, not because he is weak or indifferent but because his way, the only way of dealing with it is through the cross of Christ that forgives, justifies, cleanses, and makes people new. God destroys the evil but saves the person.