Google can’t answer your heart’s deepest questions. Only God can do that.
You’re searching for an answer to something you care about deeply. Maybe it’s your family situation. Maybe it’s the salvation of your kid. Maybe your friend continues to make bad choices.
Nonetheless, you’re approaching God in desperation. Why? Because He holds the power to provide an answer.
“Oh my Go—”
We understand the importance of ending that statement with “—sh.” Otherwise, we’re speaking the Lord’s name in vain. Then again, some claim “gosh” takes the Lord’s name in vain, too.
The third commandment says, “You must not misuse the name of the LORD your God. The LORD will not let you go unpunished if you misuse his name” (Exodus 20:7 NLT).
What an adventure I had at Dairy Queen last week.
I go through the drive-thru. Why? Because I’m hungry. But I don’t view the menu. Nope. Not me. My appetite is already developed. I know what I want. My stomach aches. My mouth waters.
The woman removes the lock on the window. I should have been faster. But she’s gracious.
Do you ever have trouble trusting God? I do. But God has led me to a helpful Bible verse, and I’d like to share it with you.
“Let all that I am wait quietly before God, for my hope is in him” (Psalm 62:5 NLT).
Four words really stick out to me in this verse: all, wait, quietly, and hope. My intention is to study the above-mentioned verse in depth. In this way, each of those four words can be fully grasped in the context of God’s Word.