Modeling Growing Faith for Others

Why do insurmountable situations take place in our lives? I am sure many of us have asked this question time and time again. It is very easy to see something so difficult and impossible that we suddenly become overwhelmed by the magnitude of the situation. In the moment, it is hard to comprehend that the purpose of the impossible is not only for our faith in God to increase, but just as equally to help and encourage the growth of someone else's faith in God. We see this illustrated in multiple places in God's Word such as: Joseph and Pharaoh, Gideon and his men, Moses and the children of Israel, as well as many others.

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Hebrews 4:8-12

Sometimes living in this world can be exhausting! Especially right now, everywhere we turn, it seems there is chaos. It's hard to get through a day without observing things that can make us feel overwhelmed and discouraged. How often have you come to the end of the day and thought to yourself, "I just need some rest!"

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1 Timothy 4:7

What is godliness? Most Christians think of godliness as something that automatically occurs as a result of an internal spiritual condition. Recently I did a study on the Greek word eusebeia. This is the word that is most often translated godliness in the New Testament. I was challenged by what I studied.

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In reading in the book of Isaiah in preparation for our Summer Bible Conference/Revival Meeting with Bro. Brian McBride, I ran across a verse I want to draw your attention to today in light of this Sunday being Father's Day. Please look at it together with me:

Isaiah 46:8, "Remember this, and shew yourselves men: bring it again to mind, O ye transgressors."

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During the quarantine, with schools closed and working from home, did your family always show love to each other? To be honest, some days it was a struggle. Although it was a unique opportunity to spend time together and strengthen our relationships, at times we lost sight of the blessings and got caught up in stress and conflict. I recall several occasions when I reminded my children to love their siblings. In fact, each of us needed to show more love for each other..

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