The story of David and Goliath is a popular Old Testament tale of God’s faithfulness. As we study how to DO BIG, there are several important lessons we can draw from David, his character, and his choices.
The process of writing my brand new book, When God Stops, has been a lifetime in the making. Not only does God stop for people in the Scriptures, but by sending Jesus to be our Savior, He shows that He’s willing to stop for each one of us, as well.
In the story of the disciples in the storm on the Sea of Galilee, we learn several very important lessons. Jesus sent the disciples into the storm not so that they would despair, but so that they would learn He is the only true, eternal Source.
In the account of the storm in John chapter 9, we see Jesus send His disciples directly into a tumultuous situation. Oftentimes, we forget that Jesus knew about the storm long before it actually hit the Sea of Galilee.
In Genesis, we find the story Abraham and Sarah waiting for their promised son. In God’s calling for this couple, we see several key truths about God’s callings for our lives. When God gives us a dream, the following will be true:
In the second half of the story of Jehoshaphat, in 2 Chronicles 20, we find the Israelites going into battle without anything but their praise.
In the book of Chronicles, we find the story of King Jehoshaphat, one of the most righteous rulers of Israel.
In His final moments with His disciples, Jesus promises them that the Holy Spirit will soon come upon them.
Shortly after Jesus’s resurrection, He appeared multiple times to many different people.
When God told Samuel to go to Bethlehem and anoint one of Jesse’s sons, it was Samuel’s cue to move forward from grieving Saul.