Your Part in Psalm 91

As you read through Scripture, you’ll see that God has provided many blessings for His children through the Cross. You’ll also find that God’s blessings are dependent on your action. They don’t come automatically. Even salvation requires action—faith, confession, and repentance (Romans 10:9, 10). While God has done His part through the Cross to make … Continue reading Your Part in Psalm 91

18 Reasons Not to Fear

God has told you not to fear. Besides simply acting in obedience, why shouldn’t you fear? What reason do you have to believe God will do His part? The following are reasons why you can confidently be fearless—reasons only God can provide! He is your God and banner of victory (Isaiah 41:10, Exodus 17:15). He … Continue reading 18 Reasons Not to Fear

Fight Fearless 2

Live Fearless You can choose fear like the Israeli army, or you can choose faith like Jesus, David, Peter and others in Hebrews 11. Again, it has nothing to do with feelings. You can choose to act on the faith in your heart while feelings of fear still linger. It’s the action, not the feelings, … Continue reading Fight Fearless 2

When Peace Snoozes, Part 2

Jesus' Example Jesus is our perfect example of everything godly, including peace.  We never see in the Bible examples of Him running around in distress.  Why should He be stressed and anxious?  He knew His authority over evil, so He had no reason to fear. He had faith in God’s ability to protect Him, regardless … Continue reading When Peace Snoozes, Part 2

The Heart of a Shepherd

We often use John 10:10 as our “go-to” verse when explaining that evil comes from the devil and not from God: “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”  But if we read the entire … Continue reading The Heart of a Shepherd