This week, Keith Holloway explains how we can break away from ungodly fear and find the freedom of reverential fear.
Join Gary Wilkerson as he deep-dives into the first 12 chapters of the Psalms to foster a heart after God. All episodes available now!
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This week, Dr. Sam Storms joins Gary Wilkerson to talk about his transition from cessationism to understanding and embracing the gifts of the Spirit.
Gary Wilkerson examines what can happen when Christians adopt a new perspective on sharing God’s love.
Join Gary Wilkerson as he deep-dives into the first 12 chapters of the Psalms to foster a heart after God
We may think of Psalm 23, the most iconic sheep-shepherd analogy of all, as being simple and idyllic. In reality, it’s a message of warfare.
It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh is no help at all. The words that I have spoken to you are spirit and life.
I don’t believe there ever has been a time like the present with so many devoted Christians worldwide being so incredibly tested. God is allowing his children to be tried by fire, and many are going through the test of their lives.
God has given you many great and precious promises. How do you know what these promises for you are? How can you better understand who God is and what his will is for your life?
There is a repeated pattern throughout the history of the Old Testament where God set up a shepherd over a household or a family, but that shepherd failed to lead completely righteously. It can seem so confusing at first, but God has a point. First, though, let’s look at the leaders he raised up.
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