Posts Tagged: God’s dependability

Like Peter, Get Out of the Boat!

Like Peter, Get Out of the Boat

The Bible story of Simon Peter momentarily walking on the Sea of Galilee is a favorite of mine. It’s thrilling to consider what we can do, when invited by Jesus. Many Christians, however, view this story as yet one more failing on the part of this impetuous disciple. But it’s important to remember that Peter… Read more »

He Knows

John 6: The Feeding of 5,000 The miracle of Jesus feeding a crowd of more than 5,000 people has many lessons. But one currently stands out for me during these coronavirus times in which we live. “Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea… Read more »

3 Reasons Suffering Serves a Purpose

Human suffering is arguably the most common and difficult problem raised against the goodness of God. Why does God allow us to be hurt and wounded? Isn’t suffering a bad thing? Doesn’t it point to an uncaring and distant God? Let’s look at three reasons that suggest that suffering may actually benefit us. For 50+… Read more »

Romans 8: Chapter of Assurance

Romans 8 Assurance

What Scripture is giving you assurance right now? For me, I keep returning to Romans, specifically chapter 8. These 39 Bible verses are packed with God’s promises of care and provision. Let’s look at some of them! For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and… Read more »

Devotional: Recognize God’s Majesty

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Are we “woke” to the presence of our amazing God? Or are we so dependent upon our own strength that we fail to acknowledge His majesty all around us?   For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge… Read more »