Tag Archives: Idols

Worthy to Come to God

When you have sinned, come to God in confidence that he loves you, will separate you from your sin entirely, and will cleanse you in the grace of Jesus who died for you and for that sin. God is pleased … Continue reading

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Maker Worthy of Trust

In whom do you trust? Maker: God is the one who founded the earth by is power and wisdom and understanding. His role as supreme Creator exemplifies his authority and power. And God is your Portion. He is your fulfillment. … Continue reading

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Idol Battle and God From Birth to Old Age

Count on it and count yourself dead to self and idols and alive to the God who has been there for you from birth to now to your old age. Why? Because God is bringing his rescue. His deliverance. He … Continue reading

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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…

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Rethinking Idols

When we place something or someone in the place of God in our lives, it is idolatry. That thing or person is an idol. The truth is, God made us for relationship with him. We make idols for relationship with … Continue reading

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Come As You Are

Come as you are. God wants us to come. Our hearts are more important than our hands, and so if we come to God with genuine hearts of worship, he will accept us and deal with our blemishes. That’s the … Continue reading

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Adding Insult to Exile

Oftentimes, God uses our circumstances to try to get our attention and show us that we are off course in our relationship with him. Going further afield only makes things worse. The first question to ask is, “Am I serving … Continue reading

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