Daily Quote

A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity. Proverbs 17:17

Lord, let them see You in me.

As a deer longs for streams of water, so my soul longs for you, God.

Many books can inform you. But there’s only one that can transform you.

There is nothing easy or cheap or casual about following and living for God, and yet this God also sent His Son, Jesus, to take on himself the punishment for our sin.

The name of the city from that time on will be “The Lord is there.” Ezekiel 48:35

I am so thankful for a God who “had it” all along the way, who never let me go, and who was always working, even when I was not aware.

With all my heart, I am waiting, Lord, for You ! I trust your promises.

No matter what you are facing, remember Deuteronomy 20:4 “The Lord your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory.

Favorite Articles/Videos

“In the game of basketball, the basket is set at 10 feet above the floor. For the game to be regulation, the rim is hung at this stationary height-the same height in any gym or on any playground around the world. But not every court is regulation.

You can purchase a basketball goal that sits in your driveway and has an adjustable height. This type of goal lets you raise and lower the basket according to your preference or your height so that even the shortest person can experience the thrill of slamming the ball through the hoop.

God has a standard. He has a goal. His kingdom is that goal. Yet many men have lowered His standard and then congratulated themselves for being able to dunk the ball. The results of this lowered standard affect many more people than just the men on the court. They affect us all. They show up in our country, our culture, and our world. It takes only a cursory glance around our homes, churches, communities, and globe to discover that men-maybe even most men-have missed the goal to live as kingdom men.”

Why Suffering? Finding Meaning in our Difficult World

There’s a Way to Stop Mass Shootings, and You Won’t Like It.

Rob Myers

There’s a Way to Stop Mass Shootings, and You Won’t Like It.


That’s right. You’re not going to like it because it’s going to require you to do something personally, as opposed to shouting for the government, or anyone to “do something!”

You ready? Here it is:

“Notice those around you who seem isolated, and engage them.”

If every one of us did this we’d have a culture that was deeply committed to ensuring no one was left lonely. And make no mistake, as I’ve written before loneliness is what causes these shooters to lash out. People with solid connections to other people don’t indiscriminately fire guns at strangers.

I know what you’re thinking. That’s never going to work because no one is going to make the effort to connect with the strange kid sitting by himself at lunch each day. No one is going to reach out to…

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