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God wants us to put our greatest anticipation – or, HOPE – in Him! True HOPE is looking forward to God doing what He says He is going to do in our lives.
Everybody has faith in something. As Christians, our faith is in the God of the Bible, believing that He is who He says He is and that He will do what He says He will do.
20/20 vision is the best vision. As a new year begins, it’s a great time to focus our vision on what is best to God
All our Christmas “zeal” is nothing compared to God’s “zeal” over His extraordinary plan for Christmas.
Your name is your identity; it’s what people know you by. Our God wants us to know Him by name, too!
God’s Presence is the amazing “present” of Christmas. You must receive a present in order to really enjoy and experience it, so let’s welcome God’s Presence with us today.
Whatever darkness is in our lives, Jesus brings light and life when we follow Him.
Practice isn’t something we do once; it is something we do over and over again. Let’s practice seeking God, following godly examples and thankfulness.
Our minds are safe with Him. We don’t have to let our thoughts control us anymore. His perfect peace casts out the lies that so often lead us to worry and concern.
Paul’s call to rejoice in Philippians 4 is for all of us! Let us be a family that chooses to be thankful and show our joy through rejoicing!
Take time to reflect on the people God has brought into your life. As you think of them, pray for them. Through good times and bad, we should be thankful in ALL circumstances.
Scripture teaches that even little details like what we eat and drink can glorify God. These details don’t have to seem important to be important. Talk about some good details in your life.
Our lives matter. What we say and do matters. We can worship God and represent His Name well through our attitudes, choices, words and actions.
Your life makes a difference in others’ lives. In every choice you make, God wants you to lead well by setting a good example.
God cares about how we treat others, and He gave us a way to measure whether we treat them right. Our verse challenges us to care about others as much as we care about ourselves.
Our God is an amazing God! He is, “Merciful and gracious, slow to anger, filled with unfailing love and faithfulness, (and) forgiving…” (Exodus 34:6-7). He wants us to respond to all He is by giving Him all we are. We do this by worshipping Him with our entire lives!
Who, what, where, when, why and how! Our lives are full of questions, including “Where do we go for answers?” The truth is that God is omniscient, which means He knows everything, including the answers to all our questions!
God gives us His path in His Word, and He welcomes us to walk with Him. Every generation is given this invitation, and each person gets to decide what they are going to do with it. Will YOU choose to walk with God?
God’s Word has value far beyond any other book. He welcomes us to explore the weavings of His Story from Genesis to Revelation. As we do this, His powerful Word will make us complete to live for Him!
These days, artificial intelligence makes it seem like we’re known, when really, such is a counterfeit to real relationship. God welcomes us into real relationship with Him, and we can accept His invitation.
Wisdom is the ability to see life through God’s perspective and then live our lives guided by that. This lesson helps guide us in training our kids to ask for God’s wisdom.
From time’s beginning, God has spoken, and the Bible is the story of how He speaks. We have the incredible opportunity to learn to listen and hear His voice.
God has blessings for our lives when we SEEK Him! His Word is the best treasure map we could ever follow.
No matter where we live, when we are born, we are slaves to something… SIN. However, Christ died to set us free, and we can learn to walk in His FREEDOM.
What does true freedom look like? How can we be free from the slavery of our sins? This lesson teaches about submitting to Christ so that sin will lose its power. As we choose to trust and follow Him, our sinful habits, thoughts and attitudes lose their control. Guilt disappears, and peace of mind dominates. Right habits become the norm. That’s freedom — true freedom!