Author Uknown Psalm 56:8 Tears move:The heart of GodThe heart of a sinnerThe heart in your own bosom We have too much dry-eyed religion. Notice some of the tears found in the Bible: I. The Tears of the SaviorA) Jesus wept over Jerusalem (Luke 19:41)1. A Lazarus’ grave (John 11:35)2. In the garden (Heb. 5:7)3.
86% of American women spend an average of twelve hours per week on social media, and 19% say that some of their best friends are people they know only through Facebook. 95% of teens use the Internet, and nearly half of them own smartphones. Focus on the Family 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by
In the last year, an estimated 100 million Christians faced persecution around the world, with the majority living in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Remember to pray for and support those Christians in other nations facing daily persecution for their faith in Christ.
Pew Research, January 2013
What Great Leaders Know and Do – Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller. Berrett-Koehler Publishers. What is the secret of great leadership? It’s a question that everyone in a position of authority–whether in a multi-national corporation or a local volunteer group–wonders sooner or later. Ken Blanchard and Mark Miller uncover the secret that great leaders already
Written by: Bill Elliff Of all the things Jesus could have addressed in the Sermon on the Mount, it’s fascinating that He spends a good bit of time in Matthew 6 addressing worry. In fact, He COMMANDS us not to be worried: “Do not be worried about your life.” (Matthew 6:25) We are champion worriers.
“We must obey God rather than men.” Acts 5:29 When Peter and the apostles made this statement, they stepped across a line in the sand, and crossed over into the land of absolute freedom. From this moment on, there was no turning back. Regardless of the consequences, they would hear and obey one voice. They
Back in the old days, the men of God put a great value on the ministry. Men like Luther, Calvin, Wesley, Finney, Moody, Spurgeon, Truett, and others had great respect for other preachers, even if they disagreed with them. There was respect among peers, or at least that’s the way it seems to me. I
Read 1 Kings 17:1-7; 18:1-2 There are two divine commandments here: “Go, hide thyself” and “Go, show thyself!” The first was probably more difficult to obey because Elijah was a fiery prophet who wanted to deliver his message and bring his people back to God. Yet, God took him out of circulation for three and