Although our sin and weakness make us “dark,” God says we are lovely. Gain confidence in How He sees you.
Adapted from chapter 2 of The Nations Rage by David Sliker The Father has chosen to bring forth and establish justice…
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Being true to yourself is being true to following Christ, hearing His voice, and living for His glory.
I believe by singing the Bible regularly you will witness God printing His Word on your heart in a powerful way.
If you don’t have a revelation of God’s love for you personally, you will strive to earn His love.
I really wanted to create something that was for every believer—to have confidence that Jesus has given each and every one of us the power to overcome darkness and to pray for others to receive a breakthrough.
The book is an encapsulation of years of writing and also wanting to help people (especially my fellow Christian songwriters) learn how to write a song that could be sung for decades and have that kind of memorability to it.
He wants to listen to the sound of us talking, singing, and pouring out our hearts to Him. Doesn’t this make you want to talk and sing to Him more?
What we need in this hour is a narrative that transcends the left and the right, and that is the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Every ordinary minute of my day was slowly becoming an opportunity to encounter God’s unwavering gaze, this tenderness I’d not known so intimately before, when I was highly productive.
We were never fashioned to live without a heart alive in passion for Jesus, and He desires to give us every grace to walk in that passion again.
No matter how large or small the venue in which you’re leading, it is an honorable thing to stand before God and help usher people into His presence.
These three facets of Jesus as Bridegroom, King, and Judge sum up His Beauty.
It is only by loving and honoring God that we can truly love our neighbor, and no matter how difficult the pill might be to swallow, we must not dilute or twist a single word that He has spoken.
We can’t wait to pray filtered words with right emotions. The key is not in the polishing but in the pouring.
As I made the daily decision to come out of the chaos and confusion of what was surrounding us, lock eyes with Father, and cling to His affection and dream for our lives, we were strengthened to survive another day.
There is a battle for truth in how we trust and relate to God. It is our desire that song would be a tool to advance the truth.
For the first time in my life, I was unable to fix the situation; that, in and of itself, was my biggest struggle.