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When faced with challenges, do we see only the challenges or can we see the possibilities too?
The story of the covenant is always the story of God’s faithfulness and our unfaithfulness.
Moses and Pharaoh were locked in combat with one another. Why was Pharaoh so reluctant to let the Hebrew people go?
Why was the circumcision of his son such a big deal? Why was it necessary to get Aaron on board?
God used the courage and faith of ordinary individuals to bring about the rescue of His people.
The last and greatest of the signs reveals God's power and the hope we all share in God's future.
Jesus is the Light of the world. If we want to learn to truly see, we need to let Jesus open our eyes.
How often we seek to do things in our own way and through our own strength. How tiring it is to do everything on our own. Let us see things…
When we seek His Kingdom, God provides. When we give our gifts to Jesus, however small they might be, they can become a mighty blessing in His hands.
Here is an act of God's grace, pure and simple. Received by faith, God's grace changed everything.
Let us go make disciples of all the nations. We need to be disciples, too, learning about Jesus and modeling our lives after him as well.
God loves us just as we are, but He loves us enough not to let us stay that way. We believe in the power of sanctification.