It doesn't matter how good we are. If we sin, we'll be punished. We have to resist sin. But we can't do it alone.
God wrote you a poem (Deuteronomy 33)
Through Moses, God crafts an ode to each tribe of Israel - and to me, and to you.
How to put the spark back into your relationship with God (Deuteronomy 32)
Maybe you've felt that something is missing in your relationship with God. You don't have to try to ignore it anymore.
How to do what God is calling you to do (Deuteronomy 31)
What wisdom does the Bible have for those of us who can hear God calling us to do something scary for Him?
You are not too far gone (Deuteronomy 30)
Bruised. Broken. Beaten by addiction. Mauled by failure. God has written a special message just for you.
The most important New Year’s resolution you’ll ever make (Deuteronomy 29)
It's a choice that'll determine whether on January 1, 2022, we'll look back on disaster or joy.
It is impossible to follow God (Deuteronomy 28)
Raise your hand if you have ever been able to fully obey God and follow all His commands. Exactly.
How to turn trial and error into trial and success (Deuteronomy 27)
I've been trying to keep it together. Haphazardly put the lights back up. Patch things up. Give myself a pep talk. Make a plan. Set goals. Trial and error. But I haven't been getting it right.
What are you getting Jesus for Christmas? (Deuteronomy 26)
We do special things on special days for our friends, our families, and ourselves, but what about for God?
God’s got your back (Deuteronomy 25)
I wanted to feel worried over and fiercely protected. What I didn’t know was that I already had that. And if I wasn’t so sure, I should have read Deuteronomy 25.