Redirecting Our Gaze

The Christian’s greatest goal is to be like Christ. We want to emulate His exemplary life, model His method of teaching, resist temptation as He resisted it, handle conflicts as He did, focus on the mission God calls us to accomplish.

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Second-Generation Fallout

A curious phenomenon has plagued families for as long as there have been families. It’s that age-old problem of second-generation fallout that breaks the hearts of godly moms and dads.

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Hidden Greed

The prophet Elisha’s servant, Gehazi, was the bearer of news the Syrian officer, Naaman, did not want to hear. As a result, Naaman threw a fit. But do you know what later happened to Naaman? He finally did precisely what he was told to do, and he received the miraculous result he had been promised (2 Kings 5:14).

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Dealing with Disrespect and Resentment

A man named Naaman was a high-ranking Syrian soldier. He was influential, wealthy, proud—a man of dignity, courage, patriotism, and military clout. There was only one problem: the man had leprosy. Through a chain of interesting events, Naaman was led to Elisha for cleansing from his dread disease (2 Kings 5:1–14).

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Feeling Used and Unappreciated

For a servant named Gehazi, working alongside a high-profile, greatly respected prophet like Elisha was a privilege. But at the same time, it was a particular position that brought about unique temptations.

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An Inconvenient Season

Let me describe a scene for you. World powers jockeying for supremacy at any cost; chaotic and indecisive national leadership; a widespread loss of religious devotion tied to a sudden, rapid decline in morality and ethics. The warning voices of the God-fearing faithful fall on deaf ears, and true justice is thwarted or perverted at […]

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Age is No Barrier

Age has never been a barrier for God in using a person for His purpose. Think of Joseph, Samuel, Josiah, David, Timothy…and the list goes on. Paul wrote in 1 Timothy 4:12, “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young…”. No…age is not a barrier. It’s the heart that counts. That’s what […]

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