February 27, 2011
Today, we will go to worship. We will proclaim Your Word and the Gospel concerning Your Son. We will praise you with the Taylor acoustic, with the Stratocaster, and with the drums. We will lift our hands and hearts to sing with joy!
February 22, 2011
Recognizing the brevity of life should put a holy urgency in us, a desire to live life like we were dying. Yet most wallow and waste their minutes, hours and days as if there were an unlimited supply. If you knew Jesus would call you home tomorrow, how would you live today?
February 18, 2011
Anger and worry are a dangerous combination. Turn from it. Let God handle those who have offended you. Forgive and trust God for the outcome.
February 14, 2011
God never promised a trouble-free life. But He did promise to be with us through them and to deliver us from them all.
February 13, 2011
Fleeing from Saul into the lands of the king of Gath, David was beset by fear on every side. So David sought the Lord. Are you anxious and afraid today? Seek the Lord and He will deliver you.
February 8, 2011
David trusted the Lord knowing that the time of his birth, death, and every appointment in between was in God’s hands. Who’s in charge of your schedule today?
February 4, 2011
Can you empty your heart’s concern upon the Lord as David did? Carrying all to Jesus our heavy hearts are made light and free to leap and sing! This will seem foolish to some. Only those who have been weighed down and then set free understand this.
January 28, 2011
Where are you still “wanting?” That is the very place that you are not letting the Lord shepherd you yet. Give Him your wanting. Then, trust the Shepherd of your soul.
January 27, 2011
For 2 millenia this prophecy is true. Every generation has told the next about Christ. However, it only takes one generation that fails to pass the torch to the next. Let’s be the parents and the church that teaches our children about Jesus!
January 26, 2011
David was inspired to write it. The Son of David actually experienced it. David had never seen a Roman crucifixion, yet Psalm 22 describes it in detail. Christ fulfilled David’s words 1,000 years later. This was no accident. Christ came to die for us.