As we look at the conclusion of Psalm 6 tonight, we explore how David emerges from deep despair even though things aren’t yet fully “right.”
What (or whom) do we trust in when everything seems uncertain? David takes us on a journey to the right place of trust as we continue in Psalm 6.
Sometimes the starting point in desperation is to realize just how desperate we really are.
When Jesus says that we should get the log out of our own eye before helping someone get a speck out, what does He have in mind? Is He calling us to stop making any moral judgments?
What happens when the rain comes in and it felt like we were following God’s call?
As the body, we’re called to show God’s mercy. Can the world see it?
God sometimes feels very far away, but even then, He is faithful.
Grace isn’t God’s “Plan B.” Grace is the foundation of God’s interaction with His creation.
Proverbs speaks to the importance of the next generation, and the job of those of us leading them is to do so with grace, love, and truth and without shame or disrespect. Dedicating to this kind of leadership, following the way of grace, will bring about the best benefit to our young people and guide them through the generations to come.