Uncovers where the need to compete comes from, how God views it, what should replace it, who has it, and how to conquer it. By being content in Christ, any believer can overcome a competitive spirit.
God has called you to live for Him and like Him. Throw off dependence and enslavement to the fle...
The word adorn means “to enhance the appearance of, especially with beautiful objects.” Titus not only teaches that believers can adorn truth, it tells how! Fulfilling your purpose and mission, impacting the world with the gospel—that’s what this study of Titus will help you do.
Learn how Jesus engaged His world. Chapters include “The Original Tie That Binds”; “Invest in People, Not Things”; “Friends, Romans, and Pharisees”; and “Don’t Play to the Crowds, plus two lessons on compassion and one on Jesus’ relationship with the Father. This study will help you evaluate your relationship with Christ. It will also encourage you to engage a wider variety of people to influence them for Christ!
Whether you are riding high
in the mountains, trudging
through the muck of the valley,
or simply wading through the
mundane, God is still God.
He still sees and hears you.
He is unshaken and constant.
He is a merciful judge. The
power of His salvation can give
you hope. So, enjoy this study
of Habakkuk and place your
hope in our God, Who is fearful
Consider six ingredients for spiritual growth to put on your “shopping list”: faith, trust, gratitude, submission, “clothes,” and victory over adversity. Master these Biblically, and you will find joy as you grow to be more like Christ.
You get over one flood and another one hits.
Life is full of
struggles, but God is full of grace. How do believers grasp that
grace? And what about God's promise to give greater grace? This study
of James 4:5-10 helps believers discover how to experience God's grace
in its fullness.
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