Tag Archives: Trusting God

Wicked Rewards and Faith in the Rewarder

Who is the Almighty, that we should serve him? What would we gain by praying to him? We explore these questions and find that God rewards those who seek him in faith and believe that he exists and that he … Continue reading

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Fuel for the Engine of Perseverance

God’s commitment to us to be with us and to not leave us or forsake us is the fuel in our engine of living for him. The sovereignty of God over us and our circumstances gives us the freedom to … Continue reading

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Through Faith

God worked in and through the saints of old.  Through faith their lives and our lives become the stage upon which God performs miracles, acts of strength and mercies which give him all glory.  This faith is focused on the … Continue reading

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Not By Might

Human power and might have nothing on the Lord.  Even though God made us to use every strength and ability he put within us, God also does not want us to have false confidence in our flesh.  Rather, the God … Continue reading

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Persevering in Faith

Perseverance is, for the follower of Jesus, essential to pleasing God.  Our walk of perseverance in following Jesus is a walk of faith, and our reward will often be found in heaven on not on earth.   In what area of … Continue reading

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Character, Reputation, and Settling Accounts

Today we see the character and reputation of Job and the character and reputation of God working together.  And we see that in terms of God’s justice, the accounts do not always settle at the end of each business day.  … Continue reading

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Remnant in a Lost City

If there is a God, why isn’t he punishing bad people, and especially those who use religion as a shield – who give him a bad name?  Zephaniah teaches us today that God is still here, inhabiting a remnant.  He … Continue reading

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