1. Who would ever want all these screamers and haters? It turns out that Christ does.
  2. Psalm 78 contains a long list of the failings of God's people.
  3. When we cry to the Lord in our trouble, he will send us a preacher with words that deliver us from destruction.
  4. This episode we have Michelle Diercks to talk about her new book "Promised Rest: Finding Peace in God's Presence."
  5. Grace remits sin, and peace quiets the conscience. Sin and conscience torment us, but Christ has overcome these fiends now and forever.
  6. As Christians, we rest in the finished work of Christ on the cross, and we yearn for our neighbor to be reconciled to God, to know the peace that we are resting in.
  7. The title “peacemakers” is not ours except as we tell and retell his peacemaking story.
  8. What is it, though, that makes bedtime so fraught with anxiety?
  9. For those of us who recognize the disciples’ despair in ourselves, Jesus comes with the same word: “Relax, it’s me. Peace be with you.”
  10. It’s God’s love that sets us free to love in the first place.
  11. Jesus offers to the anxious soul the one thing it ironically wants: certainty of the good.

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