Greg reflects on Memorial Day and how we want to be remembered. Listen as he shares several scriptures on how to be remembered for having a God-Honoring life.
A favorite guest of Hope is Here, Jen Collins, joins Greg to share her thoughts about seeking good and being good based on Hebrews 13:16.
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Greg addresses the words of Isaiah at Isaiah 53:1-9. When Satan wants us to say or do something to those who have caused us harm or frustration, consider what Jesus had to face and how he handled it. Remember that God understands and is there to help.
If you wish to grow spiritually, you must spend time with God’s Word and time with other believers. As Proverbs 21:5 says, “The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty. Greg shares steps toward creating a plan to grow spiritually.
Today our lesson is about what is inside our heart. And are you living by God’s Word, or your word? God’s way . . . or your way? Remember God has a plan which may not match your plan. Are you living a God-Honoring Life? What does your heart say?
Greg continues discussing Deuteronomy 8:1-2 and the lessons to be learned from the mistakes of the Israelites. Also see John 10:10 and Hebrews 11:6.
Reviewing Deuteronomy 8:1-2, Greg reviews the words of Moses to remind us of what we can learn from the mistakes the Israelites made while wandering the desert for 40 years.
Greg asks you if you’re tired of waiting. Are you praying and feeling like you’re waiting for an answer? Looking at Psalm 27:14, Greg looks at what ‘waiting’ can really mean.
Curt Vernon shares his love of music and how he uses it as prayer. Learn about his new album, “Curt Vernon INVITE ME INTO WONDER – Live at Iron Bell”
Learn more about Curt at www.CurtVernon.com
Does God really use shame to discipline us? Greg continues his conversation with Curt Vernon on this very topic.
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Learn more about Curt Vernon at www.CurtVernon.com