Tag Archives: God’s-love

A Biblical Look At Self-Esteem

 A. Secular/Popular Evangelical View:  I am human, not a dog. Therefore I am valuable. I am wonderfully made therefore I am wonderful. I have intrinsic worth. God loves me unconditionally. God Don’t  Make No Junk. B. Biblical View:  I am … Continue reading

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King David Knew How To Pray Against Enemies In High Places

    King David’s own son Absalom was trying to overthrow David. But David knew how to pray: “Now someone told David, saying “Ahithophel [David’s counselor] is among the conspirators with Absalom.” And David said, “O Lord, I pray, make the … Continue reading

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Truth And Love Are Not Competitors

  I heard today about a well-known Christian writer. It is said that he spent the last 20 years of life in virtual estrangement from the rich fellowship of other believers – the Body of Christ. On paper he blessed … Continue reading

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How God Used a Major Relationship Loss

In the middle 1800s in London, England it was said that there were two great churches. One was Charles Hadden Spurgeon’s Metropolitian Baptist Tabernacle. The other was Pastor F. B. Meyer’s church. I found this wonderful story in  the biography of … Continue reading

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