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Losing Your Ship Without Losing Your Soul

Losing Your Ship Without Losing Your Soul

Your Faith Will Not Fail in a Storm, Even When You Do During that storied final meal Jesus shared with His disciples, only hours away from all the torments that awaited Him, there is an extraordinary exchange between Jesus and Peter. The truly remarkable thing is that this is just before Jesus tells Peter he

Why God Allows Trial and Temptation

God allows temptation and trial because they can be good for us. Seriously? Yep. The same Greek and Hebrew words are used in Scripture for both temptation and trial. The distinction depends on intent and motivation. Is the difficult situation for the purpose of tearing down? It’s a temptation. Is it for the purpose of

Our Savior’s Prayers

I have prayed for you. – Luke 22:32 From the Pen of Charles Spurgeon: What an encouragement to know of our Redeemer’s never-ceasing intercession for us! When we pray, He pleads our case, and even when we are not praying, He is advocating our cause and through His supplications He shields us from unseen dangers.

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