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Here’s the cover for “Christmas Promises,” our 2018 Advent devotional ebook. I’m now doing the final proofing of the text. The ebook will be available for download the week after Thanksgiving. I hope you will join us on this Advent journey starting December 1!
“God will not protect you from anything that will make you more like Jesus.” Elisabeth Elliot
You don’t have to go to hell. God has provided a way of escape for you. But even God’s way of escape will do you no good unless you reach out and take it. If you ignore Jesus, there is no hope for you. God doesn’t have a Plan B for those who reject his Son.
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“There is a name I love to hear I love to sing its worth It sounds like music in my ear The sweetest name on earth Oh, how I love Jesus Oh, how I love Jesus Oh, how I love Jesus Because He first loved me”
Lord Jesus, grant that we would not be even slightly disappointed at the conditions around us. You have made us for times like these. Give us a new vision of the difference we can make in our world. Amen
“The soul that on Jesus hath leaned for repose I will not, I will not desert to his foes; that soul, though all hell should endeavor to shake, I’ll never, no never, no never forsake!” From the hymn “How Firm a Foundation,” 1787.
Update: I’ve been working all week on “Christmas Promises,” our brand-new Advent devotional ebook. This year we’re going to take a journey though the promises of God that came true because of Christ’s birth. We’ll start with the promise of peace on December 1, and continue on through the promise of a Savior on December […]
God does not change, which means he will be there when we need him most. In the midst of our difficulty, when we have failed, when we say, “I deserve to go to hell,” the Father speaks from heaven and says, “I have made a promise, and I swore an oath. Your sin cannot cancel […]
“For we have no power to face this vast army that is attacking us. We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you” (2 Chronicles 20:12). First, you must confess your need (“we have no power”). Second, your must admit your weakness (“We do not know what to do”). Third, you […]
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