• David: How to Sleep When Fear Surrounds You
    Date: Feb 13, 2011

    this is the first inspired setting to any Psalm. Note the rest of the title to Psalm 3 that says: “A Psalm of David when he fled from Absalom his son”. Here we find a message from God to each of us on how to deal with fear. David flees for his life, pursed by his own son. What a fearful and sad time in life. What a rich time to learn from the God who is able to help us in time of need.

  • God’s Pathway to Eternal, Life-long Usefulness
    Date: Feb 6, 2011

    God has clearly communicated in easy to understand terms His desires. God wants 21st Century Women of Grace who follow His pathway to life-long usefulness. This desire of God was embraced by generation after generation of believers: which led to personal spiritual disciplines, focused priorities and deeply impacting lives.

  • David: Abused, Slandered, Threatened & Peaceful
    Date: Feb 6, 2011

    Every event from II Samuel 11 onward reflects in some way the results of those moments, when David was blinded by his sinful desires, acted rebelliously against God’s clear standards. After David sinned in so many ways surrounding his adultery, he tried to hide his sin, and did quite well, for quite a while. Then, confronted by words from God’s prophet, David repents (a change of mind that leads to a change of behavior); David confesses (saying the same things about his sin that God says); and David forsakes his sin (turning in contrition and disgust from what offends God), and then experiences full, complete, and endless forgiveness.

  • God’s Pathway to Eternal, Life-long Usefulness
    Date: Jan 30, 2011

    God has written out the actual way for us to APPLY what He desires in our lives. His desires are an APP for Pleasing Him. This APP, when downloaded into our hearts from the APP Store of His Word, comes with all the grace needed to make it operate in any place and under any conditions.

  • David’s Sin, God’s Grace & The Inescapable Consequences of Sin
    Date: Jan 30, 2011

    We have entered the final lap of David’s Life: we have watched him as the shepherd boy and giant killer, then as the humble and patient warrior and King, now we join him perhaps 20 years into his career as King. This portion of his life I have called: David’s Sin, God’s Grace & the Inescapable Consequences of Sin.

  • Healthy Communications in an Unhealthy World
    Date: Jan 23, 2011

    As we open to Titus 2:8 we are turning to the final quality God has expressed that He desires to see in every young man in Christ's Church. Amazingly, the final quality is about the type of communication that a young man cultivates for life.

  • The Life of David: David’s Roadmap: The Pathway Back to God
    Date: Jan 23, 2011

    David fell so far, so fast, and he didn’t even realize it until the dullness of his soul spread to every inch of his spiritual life. Soon his cold and lonely heart was combined with his tormented soul and trapped in a painfully chastened body. And he stayed at the bottom like that for almost a year.

  • The Life of David: Bathsheba, Pornography’s Mind-Addicting Power & The Miracle of Complete Forgiveness
    Date: Jan 16, 2011

    In the back of your mind, have you ever wondered whether it’s even possible to be completely forgiven and cleansed of all your sins? What about truly bad ones that have been hidden from nearly everyone who knows you?

  • Reverence: Staying Focused on God in a World of Distractions
    Date: Jan 9, 2011

    The letters or Epistles that Paul wrote to Timothy (who was serving the Church at Ephesus) and Titus (who was a missionary church planter to the Island of Crete) are collectively called the Pastoral Epistles and describe the specifics of how local New testament churches were to be led and taught. Titus 2:1-8 contains a curriculum for every church that has 24 qualities God desires to see in His children. Twelve of those qualities are specifically directed at women of all ages, which we have already studied through, one-by-one. These are God’s desires for 21st Century Women of Grace. The other twelve qualities are the desires God has for 21st Century Men of Grace.

  • The Life of David: How Does God Remove Our Sin
    Date: Dec 19, 2010

    The first observation a student studying God's Word would make in Psalm 32 is that: David is so thankful for his sin being forgiven, that he uses four different Hebrew words to describe the depths God had to go to accomplish his forgiveness in just the first two verses.

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