Whether it’s all the fallout from a global pandemic, getting caught in the middle of social and political strife, or personal trials that seem so crippling, the craziness of life right now has led many to ask: “Does this mean God’s mad at me?” If that’s something you find yourself asking, you’re not alone. People…

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When you need someone to fix a plumbing problem, you call a plumber. When you need someone to fix a car problem, you call a mechanic. When you need someone to fix a lighting problem, you call an electrician. Who do you call when the troubles are bigger? Your family’s falling apart. Your dad’s dying…

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Doesn’t it seem like there’s a lot of fighting going on? Wearing masks. Staying home. Social justice. Racial conflicts. Concern for the economy. Politics. The election. Family matters. You name it—there’s plenty to fight about. Do you know who’s behind the fighting in our world? The Bible says the devil is. He loves to create…

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What does God do for people? He loves them. He watches over them and cares for them. He gives his Son for them. He dies for them. He takes the full punishment of hell for them. He accepts them right here, right now. He upholds them when they’re weak. He stays by their side to…

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There’s a lot of noise out there. It seems everyone has an opinion on everything. Do we have to respond to all of it? Does every comment, every viewpoint, and every differing opinion warrant a reaction? Sometimes silence is bad. In the face of evil or injustice, God calls his people to speak up for…

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The issue of racial equality in America has recently dominated headlines and discussions. It makes Americans ask hard questions, self-reflect, and seek appropriate change. Christians naturally want to know how they can talk about the issue in a way that honors God, lovingly respects others, and is open to appropriate challenges or pushback. How much…

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It’s easy to assume the worst. It’s easy to dismiss someone else’s views as idiotic and misinformed. It’s easy to think that we know best and someone who thinks or acts differently must be the enemy. It’s easy to take things in the worst possible way. In his explanation to the Commandment, “You shall not…

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People sometimes lament that they can’t do the big things that have such an impact on the world. “I can’t afford to build hospitals.” “I can’t go on a mission trip overseas.” “I can’t adopt all the orphans or feed all the hungry.” Did you know the Bible says you don’t have to do the…

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In this world, we will have troubles. By day and night, there are things that cause anxiety, make us feel unsafe, or threaten us in one way or another. While God may lead us through these things, he also promises to protect his children as he walks with us. We are never alone. Those who…

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Could you imagine being forgotten by your own parents? Some people can. Have you been forgotten by someone you relied on—someone dear to you? It hurts severely. There is one person who will never forget you. He knows you so well, he loves you so unconditionally, and he always has you on his mind. It’s…

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