le at all physically. But we are all in need of a physician.
Today I’m rejoicing! . . . Because God listens, because God provides, because of my fellow believers, and because of my Lord, Jesus.
This passage speaks to our hearts, especially at times when we are particularly aware of our failings.
He knows me, and he loves me.
David suggests he would not have made it through had his hope and vision been anything less than galvanized in Our Heavenly Father’s promises to redeem and restore His creation.
Light in the Bible has come to represent something more profound than natural light. Unlike natural light—which will give us a sunburn if we get too much—we can never get too much of the true light.
No matter how bleak, barren and forlorn your life may appear, God has plans to redeem you and make you blossom.
It can be scary to open up—what if they say I’m crazy to believe in the Bible? What if they make fun of me? What if they laugh? What if they unfriend me?
Years ago I began expanding my own concluding benediction remarks. The process has been enjoyable and thought-provoking for me.
Our Father Himself, creator of heaven and earth, is leading the way to victory.