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All of us have made decisions we’ve regretted. Some of our bad choices had few negative consequences; others have determined the direction of our lives. These messages give hope and help to those who believe they are trapped by a bad decision with ongoing consequences. Through example and Scripture, these …
In this series, Pastor Wiersbe explores ten different psalms in order to teach us truths about who God is and what that means for our Christian lives. God’s love for us is so great that He provides for our every need. In good times and bad, we can trust that …
God loves to remake marred vessels.
A faith that can’t be tested is a faith that can’t really be trusted.
God provides a new fork in the road for the repentant—challenging us to choose the proper path.
Everyone knows someone who has lost a spouse, a child, and undergone great agony and hopelessness. In Finding Purpose in Grief and Loneliness, Pastor Lutzer helps us navigate the pain—whether for ourselves or someone else who needs direction and a shoulder to cry on.
- Discover the difference between "good grief" and "bad grief." Escape "bad grief" traps.
- Find out what to say—and what not to say—in comforting someone grieving a loss.
- Learn from the lives of people Pastor Lutzer has helped, including a woman in such deep grief at the loss of her husband that she wanted to take her own life. Hear what he told her and the difference it made.
- Gain insight from Pastor Lutzer on the danger—especially for men—of remarrying too soon after losing a spouse.
Let's prepare for when grief and loneliness invade our lives—and be ready to bring real comfort and solace to others.
The safest place in the world is under the wings of God.
A faith that can’t be tested, can’t be trusted.
When we’re experiencing loss and pain and heartache and grief, it either drives the roots of our faith deep into who God is for us or uproots us altogether.
The battle with the world, the flesh, and the devil—the conflict within our soul and the conflict within our culture—is a battle for keeps.