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To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom. – Bertrand Russell The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge. – Solomon (Proverbs 1:7)
As Peter’s readers face a fiery trial, the Holy Spirit guides him to give a message that says, “Courage, dear hearts! The Lord is on our side! Fear Him, and Him alone.” Continue reading
Barking at buoys? We would do better to ask God to teach us why they are there, and receive the lessons He sends.
Don’t stir yourself into a raging fire over a feeble candle, melting away and soon to go out. Continue reading
“In Jesus’ name” is not a magic formula to which a genie in a bottle must respond. Such teaching is blasphemy, teaching believers to take God’s name in vain by using it like a superstitious potion. Continue reading
That is why so many people who do wicked things are so bent on trying to convince you that what they are doing is ok. If they had the courage of their convictions, they wouldn’t care what you think. Continue reading