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Willing to wait for it?
Have you ever heard of the Stanford “marshmallow test”? A Stanford professor once offered kids a choice—They could eat a marshmallow now, or if…
What Temptation Reveals About You
Satan’s temptations to us are tricky because he takes good things and twists them. How we react reveals a lot about us.
The second rule of holes
The Spirit of God gives us the energy to get out of the holes we’re in. Each message of perseverance in the Bible is…
What Does It Take to Defeat Temptation?
Are you strong enough to resist temptation? Actually, Pastor Jeremy says, your victory over temptation does NOT depend on the strength of your faith.
The first rule of holes
“Whoever digs a hole and scoops it out falls into the pit they have made” (Psalm 7:15). Stubbornness is one of our failings. We…
Your God is beautifully complex
It’s hard to surrender to the paradoxes in the Bible. Sometimes it frustrates me when things seem contradictory. Lately, I’ve been trying harder to…
Doing life with others
Depending on how you view it, we just enjoyed/endured one of the most romantic/lamest holidays of the year, and I’m not referring to Presidents’…
Battling Temptation? You Have an Advantage
We go toe to toe every day against Satan and his temptations. What can we do as we battle these temptations? Pastor Jeremy reminds us of the one big advantage we have.
Love your congregation
I’ve become a total perfectionist when it comes to dining out. There are so many entertainment choices these days that if a restaurant disappoints…
Out of Context: “More Than You Can Handle”
Christians love to say, “God won’t give you more than you can handle” when they encourage friends and family who are overwhelmed. Except there’s a major problem with this: that’s actually not a verse in the Bible. There’s a verse similar to it in the New Testament. When the apostle Paul wrote his words, he wrote them as both a warning and a comfort.
Most people are terrified to confess their sins to me. I guess that’s the nature of sin—it prefers to hide in the dark rather…
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Jared helps us see and understand true success.