Posts tagged psalms
Righteousness and Humility

Righteousness. It is our calling and God’s standard. As we progress in our faith, as God changes and transforms our hearts and minds to conform into His image, we can begin to become proud of our own righteousness.

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How Chester A. Arthur Helped Me with Persistent Anxiety

Those of us who battle anxiety are involved in a power struggle with ourselves. Anxiety drives us to gain control over our world. But as we grasp the truth that even the struggles of life are inexplicably in the hands of a good, kind, loving, Sovereign God, we can relax our grip on the desire to control all the variables.

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In Hell there is No Music

As far I can see in the Bible, in Hell there is no music. Throughout scriptures, we read of music in heaven. Job said the morning stars sang together in worship of God. We read of musical instruments in heaven. The 24 elders in Revelation didn’t just have crowns, but harps. And they sang to the Lord.

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True Joy in Worshiping God

Joy. One of the fruits of the spirit is joy. We are told to rejoice in the Lord, and, as if we didn’t get it the first time, Paul says, “I say it again rejoice.” But let me ask you, when was the last time you felt real joy?

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When Our Sin Leaves Us Hopeless

I’ve gone through a downward spiral at times in relation to my sin. I’ll be spending time in the Bible each morning, praying often and feeling alive in fellowship with God. But then something will happen. I’ll sin in a way that I feel is too ugly to come before God with.

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Sacrifices & Trust

For many, the time of worship in a church service is a time for THEM. It is for them to be refreshed, filled, recharged. It’s a time for them to connect with God, to be comforted and blessed. But worship is first and last about God.

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