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Truth in Love 334
Biblical hope is fixed on the foundation of God’s character and God’s promises. That is a solid rock, a certainty where we can place our confidence.
God, in His Word, has made clear the right aim of our heart’s desires, which is to love Him with all our heart, soul, and mind.
Prayerlessness is sin, as is the self-sufficient heart attitude of independence that feeds it.
Truth in Love 333
Providence assures us that not only is God working out His master plan for the universe, but He’s also at work carrying out His will for our good and His glory.
As you seek to gain a comforting perspective in these unsettling times, the Psalms are a prescription for distress and worry.
How does the suffering of disability fit within the framework of God’s good work, and how does it fit within the framework of the gospel?
We may have training and years of experience, but we are nothing without the Holy Spirit working in and through us.
Truth in Love 331
How should Christians respond when they become ill? How can they minister to themselves when they’re facing temptations and trials?
When we desire to grow in Christlikeness and bring God glory in the process, we position ourselves for contentment in every area of our life.
We have opportunities every day to move towards the goal of Christlikeness and pleasing God in all the activities of our day.
Truth in Love 330
The power to accomplish the work that God wants you to do is not in your cleverness or giftedness but rather in your faithfulness to deliver God’s counsel to His people.