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.
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
Building a Strong Marriage Takes Sweat Equity
As with any building or remodeling job, constructing a sound marriage
takes hard work and effort. You may have to demolish some shoddy
construction before you can build the marriage right. At times you’ll
feel like you’ve hit your thumb with a hammer and want to give up. Angry
words will be spoken. You may wonder if the relationship can really
work. Don’t quit! Christlike marriages can be built. The New Testament
book of Ephesians shows how. So, roll up your sleeves; it’s time to get
to work on learning how to love your spouse. Your marriage is worth the
Consider six ingredients forspiritual 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 bemore like Christ.
God has a specific design for women, and He has provided special instructions, plans, and commands for godly living in the Church Age. This study will help you live godly in this godless world.
Daniel believed, acted upon, and lived out one important truth: God is in control. Trace Daniel’s experiences and learn howyou, too, can have victory in the circumstances,crises, and culture you experience every day.You, too, can demonstrate to the world that the glorious God is King over all.
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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