The Secret of Encouragement

“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give unto your bosom.” – Luke 6:38 The phone rang. The caller on the other end was crying and apologetic. The more she cried, the more she apologized. The more she apologized, the more she cried. …

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The Wrath of God

Romans Chapter One I remember a great preacher once saying that the job of the preacher is two-fold: “to comfort the afflicted, and to afflict the comforted.” Most messages today are designed to bring comfort and encouragement, but fewer and fewer messages are designed to cut with deep conviction those who are “comfortable”!

Listen… Don’t Assume

Approximately three years ago, I began a Saturday morning Bible study breakfast for some friends with whom I’d been building relationships, hoping to lead them into a relationship with God and/or be an encouragement to their relationship with God.

Worth the Wait

by Dr. Tony Evans (Habakkuk 3:18-19) When the storms of life hit, we are often tempted to run for cover. When they continue indefinitely, we struggle to find encouragement. When the rain and the wind gather strength until they turn into what seems to be a hurricane, we find ourselves saying, “I can’t do this …

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by Pastor William Noel The work of the ministry is one that is often misunderstood. On a daily basis, a pastor is faced with decisions that could define where a person will spend eternity. His role is second to none on its demands and responsibilities.

Sticking by the Stuff

by Dr. & Mrs. Lynwood Davis I Samuel 30 Young David is in pursuit of the Amalekites who destroyed Ziglag and took the women and children captive. As David crossed the Besor brook, two hundred of his soldiers were exhausted and could not continue the chase. David took the remainder of his small army and …

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