le at all physically. But we are all in need of a physician.
Outside the Camp (Hebrews 13:13)
Early Christians who had been following the Old Testament rites of the Law, had to make the difficult step to leave those rituals behind.
In Peace I Will Lie Down and Sleep (Psalm 143:8)
It is hard to just say “Brain, stop!” but it is not too difficult to say “Brain, think about this instead.”
Happiness in God (Psalm 1:1)
God longs for us to be happy while people long for their own happiness.
From the Depths (Psalm 130:1)
Pondering God’s forgiveness encouraged Hezekiah to trust in Him. Hezekiah turned to God knowing that He is loving and merciful.
The Astonishing Creation of God (Job 22:12)
When I look up to the sky in the night I see the beauty of god’s handiwork and how big and amazing his creation is.
The Uncomfortable Bed (Isaiah 28:20)
If we sleep at all in a bed like Isaiah described, we still wake up cold, uncomfortable, and wearied.
Keep Up Your Courage (Acts 27:25)
Feeling alone, rejected, and ready to give up—in the face of death—these six were comforted, encouraged, and strengthened by angels of God.
Get Up! (Jeremiah 8:4)
Our Father loves us, He gave us His son Christ Jesus as our righteousness. By His grace He is transforming us to be like him but we have to keep getting back up!
God Will Help Us Through Our Doubts (Mark 9:24)
We don’t have to have it all together for Jesus to help us.