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The power of the gospel in trials

Posted on August 25, 2012

Because of the sinful nature of humans and the curse of death in this present evil age, we often find ourselves in trying situations. We all know that pressure due to family, work, church life, health, or our faith in Jesus is not an uncommon experience. What we do not so quickly remember, however, is how pressures are part of the LORD's design to expose the depths of our heart. From the well-known story of Job to the life of King David and the Apostle Paul, trials have buffeted even the most devout Christians. Whether a believer or an unbeliever, our response to pressure reveals what...

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App review: Memorize Anything

Posted on August 20, 2012

DISCLAIMER: I did not write this app. Contact the app developer through iTunes for support.

Memorizing Scripture was always one of those things I said I wanted to do as a Christian, but I never had substantial goals, a plan to reach those goals, or tools to help achieve those goals. A renewed interest in memorization came after my friend Truman won second place in the National Bible Bee in 2009, where he memorized hundreds and hundreds of verses from many...

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Psalm 23 - The Slain Lamb, Our Shepherd

by Matt Candler
Posted on August 12, 2012

Psalm 23 is perhaps the most widely known psalm among both believers and unbelievers. Many find strength through knowing that the LORD, our Shepherd, leads us well and never leaves us. Others have highlighted this psalm for its historic truths as seen in the life of King David. While these well-understood concepts are true, there is a depth to the psalm often unexplored as it relates particularly to Jesus.

In this teaching, Matt Candler breaks down Psalm 23 verse-by-verse through a messianic lens, drawing our eyes to Jesus as the slain Lamb and calling us to imitate Him...

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Psalm 23 - The Slain Lamb, Our Shepherd

by Matt Candler
Posted on August 12, 2012

Psalm 23 is perhaps the most widely known psalm among both believers and unbelievers. Many find strength through knowing that the LORD, our Shepherd, leads us well and never leaves us. Others have highlighted this psalm for its historic truths as seen in the life of King David. While these well-understood concepts are true, there is a depth to the psalm often unexplored as it relates particularly to Jesus.

In these teaching notes, Matt Candler breaks down Psalm 23 verse-by-verse through a messianic lens, drawing our eyes to Jesus as the slain Lamb and calling us to...