He restoreth my soul

How many times have you quoted the phrase, ‘He restoreth my soul’, without really thinking about the words? What constitutes our soul? What does it mean to restore something? Why does our soul need restoring? Today on Grace Notes, Barbara Sandbek will answer these questions as she continues the study of the 23rd Psalm.

He leadeth me beside the still water

In the 23rd Psalm, we’ve seen so far that if we let the Lord be our Shepherd, He MAKES us lie down in green pastures, and in today’s lesson, we’ll find that he leads us to a place where we can be quiet – by still waters. Let’s listen as Barbara Sandbek sings a song that sets the tone for the subject she’ll be covering.

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures

On our last program, Barbara Sandbek concluded with verse 1 of Psalm 23 which ends with…I shall not want. This means we will not be in need of anything that God won’t supply. And when we don’t get what we ask for, it’s probably because our wants don’t match up with our needs. Today on Grace Notes, Barbara Sandbek continues with the next verse which talks about one of our greatest needs – to rest in the Lord. So stop what you’re doing and listen up…

The Lord is My Shepherd

If you were to be likened to an animal, which one would suit you? How about a fierce lion, untamed by no one...or a fluffy, beautiful cat, with a mind of its own...or maybe your pet dog? They say most people look like their dogs, don't they? Well, God says he sees us as willful sheep, oblivious to danger, and in definite need of guidance. Today on Grace Notes, Barbara Sandbek will begin an excursion through the life of a sheep as reflected in the 23rd Psalm. I hear a bleating sound in the distance. Come join me...

What makes a good father

A father’s job is to GUIDE his children into what God has for THEM to do, not do it for them. In other words, he should be their coach, and teach THEM how to win. Today on Grace Notes, our host Barbara Sandbek will share some thoughts on what it takes to be a good father.

Peace with others

We’ve been studying about Peace – peace with God and peace within ourselves. Today, our host Barbara Sandbek will center on keeping peace with each other. Stay tuned, this may be just what you need to hear.

How to gain peace

We’ve been studying about peace. So far we’ve discussed how we can have peace with God and peace within ourselves. Our host Barbara Sandbek concluded our last program by saying that in order to have peace within ourselves, we need to focus on Jesus. But how do we do that? Stayed tuned and find out.

Peace with God

Because we’ve sinned against God, our relationship with the Author of peace is severed. But God provided the way for restoration to occur through the sacrificial gift of His son, Jesus, the Prince of Peace. He died and rose again to pay the penalty for our sin. By accepting Him as our Savior, we are at PEACE WITH GOD. On our program today, our host, Barbara Sandbek, will tell us how we can be at peace with ourselves.

What is true peace?

Webster defines peace, both, as internal contentment and the end of hostilities via an agreement or treaty. But is peace really attainable? Can we ever get to the point where we feel ‘all smooth inside’ even during tumultuous times? On our program today, our host, Barbara Sandbek, will cover these questions and more as we begin a series entitled ‘Peace is attainable’.

A Tribute to Mothers and Grandmothers

Pictures…what would we do without them? They capture the beauty of the moment and help us relive memories of times that will never occur like that again. Other people can't appreciate them like we do - we have them painted in our minds. When we think of ‘MOTHER’, we recall vivid pictures of her doting over us in loving ways. On this Grace Notes program, Barbara Sandbek will pay tribute to the moms and grandmoms who mold the character of their children and grandchildren.

The BIG picture

Barbara Sandbek concludes this series with a personal assessment of why trials occur and how God uses them to help us ‘work out’ our salvation. We’ll see the benefits we can receive as we allow ourselves to be clay in the Potter’s hands.

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