Monthly Archives: June 2016

Got Low Self-Esteem?

Here’s something your psychiatrist will probably never tell you: Low self-esteem is a beautiful thing. Check out this article by Ronnie Martin for a biblical explanation of the value and God-glorifying purpose of low self-esteem. “The beauty of low self-esteem is … Continue reading

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10 Great Reasons to Praise a Great God (Thoughts on Psalm 30)

The Psalms are filled with praise to God. Of the 150 sacred hymns found in the Bible, over 70 of them are attributed to David, and he is especially fond of praising God in every imaginable situation, even when he … Continue reading

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A Father’s Day Message

To all the Dad’s out there, Happy Father’s Day! Have a great day with your family! I’d like offer you some timely advice that can provide the direction you need to teach your children well and lead them on the … Continue reading

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A.W. Tozer on the Infinitude of God

I’ve been reading A.W. Tozer’s book, The Knowledge of the Holy. What a delight! It’s a study of the attributes of God. Each chapter devotes 4-6 pages to something true about God: His self-existence, self-sufficiency, immutability, omniscience, faithfulness, love, justice, holiness, … Continue reading

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Got Enough Stuff?

Have you ever wondered why God has blessed you with so much stuff? Especially in Western nations, aren’t there an abundance of Christians who have accumulated significant amounts of material possessions, not to mention the money to buy them? We … Continue reading

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How to Not Pray Like an Ostrich

David prayed these words in Psalm 5:3 – “Morning by morning, O LORD, you hear my voice; morning by morning I lay my requests before you and wait in expectation.” The prayer of faith is a prayer of eager anticipation and … Continue reading

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Who Controls the Weather? (Thoughts on Psalm 29)

Several years ago I was part of a ministry that conducted public worship services at a local city park. We had a permit for this, and people of all backgrounds would come to worship God with us. Of course, we … Continue reading

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4 Great Reasons to Trust Our Great God (Thoughts on Psalm 28)

How do you want to be remembered when you’re gone from this life? If you are a believer in Jesus Christ, certainly you’d like to be thought of as a person of faith. A believer should be known for his/her … Continue reading

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David’s Great Passion and Number One Priority (Thoughts on Psalm 27)

Other than Jesus, is there anyone in the Bible we know better than David? Shepherd, soldier, king; musician, singer, poet. He was a man of many talents, for sure. 1 and 2 Samuel record the events of his incredible journey … Continue reading

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Who Prays Like This? (Thoughts on Psalm 26)

I’ve been reading Psalm 26 repeatedly over the past few days, trying to make sense of it. David wrote it, and I’ve had a hard time understanding why. He prays, “Vindicate me, O LORD, for I have led a blameless … Continue reading

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