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September 17, 2021 · Bob Gass

To advance, you must overcome adversity

“In everything and in every way we show that we truly are God’s servants.” 2 Corinthians 6:4 CEV

The Christian life comes with blessings—and battles. You can’t have one without the other. Paul describes it this way: “In everything and in every way we show that we truly are God’s servants. We have always been patient, though we have had a lot of Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

September 16, 2021 · Bob Gass

God wants you to succeed

“God gave him success.” 2 Chronicles 26:5 NIV

Think about these questions and answer them honestly. (1) Do you believe you can be successful and spiritual at the same time? Some folks equate poverty with humility and conclude that successful people can’t be humble. Not so. “As long as [Uzziah] sought the Lord Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

September 15, 2021 · Bob Gass

Does your loved one need a miracle today?

“Four people came…carrying a crippled man.” Mark 2:3 CEV

“Jesus was still teaching when four people came up, carrying a crippled man on a mat. But because of the crowd, they could not get him to Jesus. So they made a hole in the roof above him and let the man down in front Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

September 14, 2021 · Bob Gass

Are you struggling with temptation? 

“Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.” 1 Peter 5:8 NIV

Your areas of vulnerability will change as the seasons of your life change, but the truth is that you’ll always be tempted in some way. But the good news is that you can be tempted and triumphant. Jesus showed us how to do it. When Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

September 13, 2021 · Bob Gass

Make things right with God 

“Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.” James 4:10

In the Old Testament, God marked His priests by putting blood on their right ear lobe, their right thumb, and the big toe of their right foot. That meant they were called to honour God in their hearing, their skills, and their daily walk. You Read More + Listen to Audio Clip