Put Your Trust in God

By Nate Newell Psalm 27 King David writes in Psalm 27 “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life, oh whom shall I be afraid?” When people remember King David they often remember his great feats, and his courageous faith, but...
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Follow and Trust

By Mike Elliot Psalm 27 I think that one of the most powerful verses in Psalm 27 is verse 14. “Wait for the Lord; be strong and take heart and wait for the Lord.” Often in my life I can get impatient. I have all these plans for college, finances, friends, and family. Several...
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The Lord is My Light

  By Lance Mayes Psalm 27 It is easy to be afraid; we have so much to be afraid of — at least that’s what they tell us. We need to be afraid of North Korea. We need to be afraid of ISIS. We need to be afraid of foreign and domestic terrorists. We need to be afraid of those...
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Delayed Gratification

By Garrett Vickrey Isaiah 40:1-5 Comfort, comfort my people, says your God. Speak tenderly to Jerusalem, and proclaim to her that her hard service has been completed, that her sin has been paid for, that she has received from the Lord’s hand double for all her sins. A voice of...
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Trusting God

By Diana Bridges Psalm 25:1-10 Trust is in short supply among humans and many other earthlings. A case in point is my backyard birds. Regardless of my documented commitment to their well-being, they often eye me suspiciously when I’m glancing their way, and generally vacate the...
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Do Christians Trust God?

By Daniel Zamora In the “good old days,” Christians used to do bring all the daily life problems to the Lord in prayer and wait for His answer. In the meanwhile, they did their work but trusted God would take care of the big problems. Christians in the 21st century have a diverse...
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Saying Yes

By Nikki Finkelstein-Blair Over the past couple of months our family has been on a roller coaster. As a Navy family, we are relocated every three years; we move to a new city, a new job, a new church, a new life–and for two years we can simply Be There. But at that two-year...
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