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March 23, 2020 · Bob Gass

Are you asking God for a child?

“For this child I prayed, and the Lord…granted me my petition.” 1 Samuel 1:27 NKJV

Hannah wanted to be a mother so badly that “she…prayed to the Lord and wept” (v. 10 NKJV). In fact, she made a vow to God, pledging that if He gave her a son, she would “give him to the Lord all the days of Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

March 22, 2020 · Bob Gass

How to win life’s battles (6)

“Jehoshaphat appointed men to sing to the Lord.” 2 Chronicles 20:21 NIV

(6) Thank God in advance. Imagine standing on a mountaintop looking across a valley toward a mountain on the other side. A big battle is about to take place down below. On one mountain, three enemy nations are poised and waiting to devastate Israel. The Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

March 21, 2020 · Bob Gass

How to win life’s battles (5)

“Stand firm and see the deliverance the Lord will give you.” 2 Chronicles 20:17 NIV

(5) Stand firm. Notice what God told Jehoshaphat: “Stand firm.” What does it mean to stand firm when you’re in a crisis? It’s a mental attitude of quiet confidence that says, “I’m going to trust God.” One pastor wrote, “This is something I’m slowly learning Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

March 20, 2020 · Bob Gass

How to win life’s battles (4)

“The battle is not yours, but God’s.” 2 Chronicles 20:15 NIV

(4) Learn to relax in faith. Notice how God responded to Jehoshaphat’s prayer: “The battle is not yours, but God’s.” Many of us wear ourselves out trying to fight God’s battles in our own strength. In the initial flush of becoming Christians, we’re eager to Read More + Listen to Audio Clip

March 19, 2020 · Bob Gass

How to win life’s battles (3)

“Jehoshaphat…set himself to seek the Lord.” 2 Chronicles 20:3 NKJV

(3) Take your problems to the Lord. In the midst of his crisis, Jehoshaphat “set himself to seek the Lord, and proclaimed a fast.” Prayer is often the last thing we think of. Why? Because we want to work out our problems on our own Read More + Listen to Audio Clip