A man after God’s own heart. What could be better than being after the heart of our creator? But why was David described this way? And what, exactly, does it mean?
Can you imagine Jesus shooing a leper or shaming a prostitute? After all, He sacrificed His life not just for frazzled single parents but also coldhearted child abusers and crooked criminals. So how could anybody who insists they love Jesus turn around and shatter our soul with cruel words (Job 19:2)?
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Since Jesus often used the example of planting, harvesting, and pruning, these concrete examples can help us better understand the process of spiritual growth. Like the small, planted seed, our growth is slow and ongoing.
This is not a rally cry for divorce, but it could be a wake up call for your marriage. God allows us to make mistakes, and it’s possible to marry the wrong person.
Last week, reality TV Show star Dog the Bounty Hunter – whose real name is Duane Chapman – took to the Masked Singer stage for the last time to perform the popular Christian hymn, Amazing Grace.
This story is so familiar that even those outside of Christianity know and use the phrase “the good Samaritan.”
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