• “Don’t bother to give God instructions; just report for duty.” ~Corrie ten Boom

Worship

Remember Miriam Part 3 – Parenting Under Providence by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: The preservation of Moses’ life didn’t just happen. God was superintending it.

But Jochebed hid that… Continue reading

Remember Miriam Part 4 – The Seeds of Faith by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: How can somebody who believes in eternal judgment and eternal life say, “We’re just going to… Continue reading

Remember Miriam Part 5 – God-Centered Worship by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Leslie Basham: After crossing the Red Sea, the children of Israel witnessed the destruction of their enemies, and then… Continue reading

Remember Miriam Part 6 – The Spotlight Is on God by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Leslie Basham: Nancy Leigh DeMoss asks, “Would you rather communicate your own ideas or God’s ideas?”

Nancy Leigh DeMoss:… Continue reading

Remember Miriam Part 8 – Singing with A Whole Heart by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: Where are we to praise the Lord? With other believers. With other redeemed saints, those who… Continue reading

Remember Miriam Part 9 – Why Should You Sing? by Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Leslie Basham: There are many reasons to sing to the Lord according to Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

Nancy Leigh DeMoss… Continue reading

  • “Settle down on this one thing –that Jesus came to save you now, in this life, from the power and dominion of sin, and to make you more than conquerors through His power.” – Hannah Whitall Smith

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Verse of the Day

Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and He will lift you up. — James 4:10 (NKJV)

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