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Promises in the Bible

Somewhere around the ninth hour of his crucifixion, Jesus hung on a wooden cross and cried out in a loud voice, "Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?" (Matthew 27:46; Mark 15:34). He...

Walking With God

It is so difficult to trust in the right thing. We see people; we want to trust them. We see the stock market; we want to trust it....

Articles of Faith

It's become a well-worn axiom for business managers: Plan the work and work the plan. This statement challenges us to commit significant thought and energy to the...

God Calling

Life is filled with choices, and every choice can be measured against the ultimate motivation: Are we living for God or for something else? As followers of Jesus,...

Finding God

It can be easy to look at this section of Scripture and wonder why so many people "just don't get it." In Psalm 19:1-6, the writer paints...

Verses About Thankfulness

In the midst of his long song of praise to God for delivering him from Saul, David recognized that he was experiencing what some believers don't experience...

Trust in the Lord

If you are in a position to supervise others, then you have an idea of the qualities you want to find in those workers. (Even if you aren'...

Promises in the Bible

When promises are made today, it often seems there is an unspoken but fully understood rider attached to the contract. This rider says that the promise counts only...

Leadership Assessment

God is extremely interested in the contents of our hearts. He certainly observes our external performance, but measuring and evaluating what's in our hearts is His chief...

Losing Faith in God

There's no questioning the importance God puts on the spoken word. After all, He spoke into existence the universe and everything in it (Genesis 1). And "the Word"...

Uplifting Bible Verses

Psalm 12 is all about communication. It contrasts the unbelievable deception that continually rolls off the lips and tongues of wicked men with the flawless words of the Lord. ...

God Help Me

Because the world is filled with wickedness, it also is filled with the afflicted. People are hurting. People are poor, financially and in spirit. As long as there...

Prayer Without Works

It's always important to know the competition. If you know your enemies, you know when to avoid them, when to engage them, and how to defeat them....

Measure of Faith

For such a personal God, a God who allows us into an intimate relationship with Him, God sometimes can seem extremely distant. In describing the wicked man, David...

Verses on Trusting God

Surveys consistently indicate that more than 90 percent of the people in the United States say they believe in God. But how many trust God? How many know God?...

Religion in the Workplace

Think for a moment about everything you need to accomplish today. How long is your to-do list? What commitments do you have? What tasks are critical to your...

Justification by Faith Alone

Unlike some places in Scripture (Psalm 144:3, Job 7:17; 25:6), there isn't a hint of pessimism or sarcasm when David asks, "What is man that you are mindful of him?"...

How to Have Faith

There is a common perception that getting ahead in the marketplace often requires compromise of character. Fudge the numbers. Shade the truth. Hide the facts. Ethics give way...

God Calling

It should go without saying that God, being God, knows everything there is to know about us. Some might argue that He doesn't care, but they would...

Admit Your Brokenness

What does it mean to live in complete dependence upon God? It often seems that such dependence only follows brokenness. Most followers of Jesus will tell you that...
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