1. The throne of grace is always available to us. For the Christian, it isn’t and never will be a throne of judgment. All of the judgment for all of our sin was laid upon our perfect Savior.
  2. It seems too good to be true, and yet it is the truest of all truths. This is our God. This God sees and chooses to trample our sins under his feet.
  3. I would like to tell you all that I have learned this discipline that I am like a weaned child living in full quietness, confident in God’s love and care for me. I cannot.
  4. Seasons of prolonged suffering have a way of beating your spirit down into the dust. Relational suffering. Physical suffering. Emotional suffering. Financial suffering.
  5. God’s children spent 40 years wandering in the wilderness. Imagine the hopelessness. Imagine the frustration.
  6. If you are going to memorize a passage of Scripture, can I suggest these two verses?
  7. Oh Come, see Him loving you before He was ever even born.
  8. There are mornings I wake up beleaguered by my past sins. It is almost as though my conscience waits until I am too tired to fight it, and then it wages its war against me.
  9. We should take great care in observing how the psalmist relates to God. Our eyes and hearts should be open to seeing what the psalmist appeals to and how he addresses God.
  10. The disciples and Christ have just finished their last meal together. The disciples, of course, didn't know this, but Jesus did.
  11. Today I want to give you some good news. It is good news for the relationship failure; for the one who is self-focused;
  12. I have the easiest time remembering all the good things I have done. How I was kind in the face of anger.