In light of the John MacArthur/Beth Moore debacle, we need to understand this important distinction.
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The important thing to understand is that every emotional need we have been trying to get from food is met in God. He is our source. Food is simply fuel for our bodies
"This will not pause my destiny. I will not stop serving the Lord."
Few Christians recognize its true power.
Various members of the "Duck Dynasty" family shared their joy via social media.
MacArthur's stinging discourse regarding Beth Moore wasn't really about Beth Moore. He was disparaging every woman who has ever answered the call to ministry.
Hint: The problem often starts in your own head.
Jesus never called us to safety. He invites us on the grand adventure of following His will.
Some applauded the reformed pastor's words. Others were disgusted.
Make sure you are full of it every day.
As long as we confess with our mouths that we have symptoms, by the power of these words, we will continue to have them.
They're five areas where wisdom becomes the only path, the only option to make life more pleasant, easier and dare I say, delightful.
If she had played them, she would have won a billion dollars.
Our culture has sanitized sin. Think about it. How often do you even hear the word "sin" used today?
Turning our lights out and pretending Halloween doesn't exist doesn't mean it ceases to exist. Our refusal to acknowledge the day doesn't make it go away.
This is Daigle's second Artist of the Year win in a span of three years.
"If you're at rock bottom, good, because you're going to find out who that rock is."
There are many, many people who are in deep distress but are not at a moment of crisis right now. Providing support and help may prevent them from ever getting to that point.
"By and large, most cancers are chronic diseases that are caused by our choices."
Vulnerability isn't easy, which is why it's often spoken of in terms of courage. When you're vulnerable, you share something of your life with someone—and you never know, really, how that will be received.