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When looking at the model prayer of Matthew 6:9-13 if we are not careful we stop at the word “Amen,” and in turn miss the very next verse that teaches why the Lord leads us to forgive in verse twelve of that passage. The definition found in Noah Webster’s 1828...
For years Sarah and I had taught and preached to the people of God that when the storms come you must keep your eyes on Christ. Well, now it was time to “practice what we had preached.”
Too many people seek advice from people who never seek the face of God! Let me take it a step further; too many people seek the advice of people before ever seeking the face of God for themselves. Shame on us for going to others before we ever go to God.
Yet, the difference between Jesus and some of our ever-shifting, apologizing, and compromising brethren is that when the sinners came to Jesus – they left changed!
Have you ever found yourself in a situation that was daunting and out-of-your control? Have you ever been left wondering, “what in the world just happened?”
Change moves us out of our comfort zone, and if we follow the leading of the Spirit, we will rest in the comfort of our Lord!
I have learned that when I stray from my daily routine I often get less out of my time with the Lord.
I definitely do not know all the answers and find often that I have none, but God has them all! Listed below are five principles that my wife and I have practiced when we found ourselves not really knowing what to do.