Tag Archives: God’s discipline

Idol Heart Control

The reality is that idols control our hearts, not our circumstances. This is the forever message: Repent and trust God.  Stop trusting yourself and your idols. Stop going your own way. Go God’s way. Turn around… Advertisements

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Seeking God in the Storm

It is hard to weather the storms of life.  We wonder why we are in this place. Why is this happening to me. Fight? Flight? Fright? The important thing is to seek God in these times. Seek and take God’s … Continue reading

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Finding Restoration

The Lord is able to break the chains of every foe – every stronghold – every sin which has our hearts. We work against ourselves by giving our minds or bodies over to unproductive or unhealthy pursuits. God can break … Continue reading

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God’s Kindness Our Repentance

Sometimes we show contempt for God’s kindness. As we follow our own evil hearts instead of obeying God, he bears with us to a point, hoping we will repent. We often ignore God’s grace, though, and wait until he disciplines … Continue reading

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Parables of Vineyards

Consider that you have been ordained by God to impact this world for the Lord, with the Lord, and in the Lord. And the Lord is in you to accomplish his will – to bear his fruit. Remain in Jesus … Continue reading

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Jesus is the Answer to Avoiding Sin

We are to throw off the sin that so easily entangles. Sin is doing what we do not want to do.  You see, when we walk close to God, we can easily identify sin and commit to avoid it.  Then … Continue reading

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Seeking God in Hardship

Hardship does not spring from the soil. It comes from ourselves, others, or the Lord.  And be careful in how you characterize God in your predicament.  God knows what you face, and whether he has caused it or allowed it, … Continue reading

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