Great distress, great deliverance, great delight …

Great distress, great deliverance, great delight - this is what I've been reading about in Psalm 18:16-19. There's the great distress of the Psalmist. What distress there is in these words: "On the day when I was weakest, they attacked" (v. 18). His distress came from his enemies - "those who hated" him (v. 17). …

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God’s Eternal Love – In the beginning, there is love, eternal love, the love of God.

‘Genesis’ means ‘beginning’. These opening verses challenge us to get our priorities right - (a) The priority of God (Genesis 1:1). God comes first. Before anyone else is mentioned, He is there. (b) The priority of God’s Word (Genesis 1:3). God is the first to speak. Before any human word is spoken, there is the …

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Don’t Let God’s Word Go In One Ear And Out The Other Ear!

“Thus says the Lord of hosts: ‘Let your hands be strong, you who have been hearing in these days these words by the mouth of the prophets, who spoke ... '" (Zechariah 8:9).  We hear the Word of the Lord so that we might become strong in the Lord. God's Word is not to go in one ear …

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