What do we do with this? Pretend it didn't happen?
Why does God let us suffer? (Judges 20)
If God is real, why does He do this to us?
God wants YOU to join His army (Judges 5)
Deborah's song is a wake up call for you and me and everyone who follows Jesus.
The bloodsoaked Bible (Judges 1)
The Lord? Violent? Bloodthirsty? Our internal alarm bells are going off. It's time we listen to them.
You never have to lose again (Joshua 10)
Look at us. Doubting. Unsure. Lukewarm. Embarrassed. What if it didn't have to be this way?
Being a good person will not save you (Deuteronomy 34)
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.
Read this if you’re getting ready for battle (Deuteronomy 20)
In life, we are always fighting or dreading something. If you want victory, then Deuteronomy 20 is for you.
Let’s get to work (Deuteronomy 7)
Maybe you experienced a spiritual high or you're fresh off of a new decision, a new commitment. But you're realizing that you have to drive out the nations occupying your land.
Why do I forget God? (Deuteronomy 6)
The Israelites sinned. They served other gods. They went off the deep end.
But then again, we do the exact same things.
I know this, because I did that this week. And the week before that.
Doubt vs. You (Deuteronomy 3)
Doubt is confusing and squirmy and invasive. It whispers to us over and over again in the worst moments. This chapter demonstrates just one of the ways to shut Doubt up.