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January 22, 2023 Dehydrating Depression Part 3: Holding on to Hope Psalm 43
Psalms 42 & 43 tell us that many things, both internal and external, can cause us to be depressed. These mirror the stages of grief that counselors walk patients through. As Christians, our faith will determine what these tribulations will do to us because tribulations will either drive us toward God or away from God. We must hold on to our hope in Jesus to get us through those tough times.
January 15, 2023 Dehydrating Depression Part 2 Psalm 42:6 - 11
As we continue this series, we see that depression will always dry us out. We will be dried out by physical separation, trials, sleepless nights, unanswered prayer, and difficult people. How we deal with depression will determine how we view God.
December 25 2022 Jesus Luke 2:11
This Christmas season, as we have looked at the Advent Candles, we have discovered that the world and the Bible views HOPE, PEACE, LOVE & JOY differently. Why is there a difference? It has to do with Jesus Christ and the reason that he came as a baby. Jesus came to be our savior and Christmas is pointing to that redemption.
December 18, 2022 Baby Jesus Brings Love
In 1984, Tina Turner released "What's Love Got To Do With It?" The chorus of that song is an excellent illustration of how the world views love. The Bible has a much different perspective. The Bible teaches that love comes from God. However, Satan has corrupted our idea of love so that it is now self-focused and not God-focused. To genuinely love, we must know Jesus. When we know Jesus, the way we love changes. We cannot love people properly until we can love God properly.
December 11, 2022 Baby Jesus Brings Peace
The world is always looking for peace, yet it can never attain it. The Bible outlines the path of peace, but the world will not accept it because it involves Jesus. Man will forever be trying to accomplish "Peace in our time," but it will ultimately fail because humans are rebellious and stiff-necked.
December 4 2022 Baby Jesus Brings Hope
There is a difference between how the world views hope and how Christians view hope. The world views hope through a subjective lens and based on feeling, while biblical hope is grounded in the objective reality of God. Because of that grounding, Christians are confident in what He is going to do in the future, confident in His word because of the fulfillment of the prophecies of Jesus Christ, and confident because of the Holy Spirit that indwells all believers. Because of this grounding, Christians can live today with confidence and face the future with confidence.
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