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Top 10 Bible Verses for Self-Confidence

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Bible Verses for Self-Confidence

The following is a list of my top ten favorite verses related to confidence— not in self— but in Christ. If you're struggling with self-confidence, I'm sure these verses will be a great help to you.

Free Chapter of “The End of Anxiety” — How to Get Rid of Anxious Thoughts

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One of the most painful parts of anxiety is our worrisome thoughts that replay over and over. We can't seem to get the thoughts to go away, no matter how much we beg God for relief? In my new book, The End of Anxiety, I give pointed actions on how we can stop the repeat tracks that are often sources of our...

God’s Word is Sufficient for Life, Emotions, and Uncertain Circumstances

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god's word is sufficient

We live in a world where God's Word is seen as a good source of wisdom, but not as sufficient for life. Sadly, many Christians see the Bible as one of several good reference materials to find answers— just above Google and perhaps no better than many other Christian books. Is that okay? Does God want His Word to...

Understanding Inspiration, Inerrancy, and Authority of Scripture

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inspiration inerrancy and authority of scripture

What is the inspiration, inerrancy, and authority of Scripture and how do they work together to help us? As the ultimate standard for life and living, there will never be any facts or findings that can contradict it. Because of the inerrancy of Scripture, we can hold it as the total truth and standard for all ethical, social, spiritual, and life science issues.

Janet Parshall Addresses Worry, Fear, Panic and Anxiety

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In this interview with Janet Parshall I answer a few ive call-in questions: 

  • What do you do with the anxiety over dying?
  • What do you do when you are not sure God is real?
  • What if I am plagued by anxiety but I don't believe in Jesus Christ?
  • How do I help someone who is dealing with anxiety?
  • Are anxiety and depression linked?

FREE: Audio Chapters of “The End of Anxiety”

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Anxiety is the unexpected guest that tromps into our life and overstays its welcome. I recently wrote a book entitled The End of Anxiety. The pages (or audio files) capture my own struggle with overwhelming emotions. Amid my anxious thoughts, I longed to find the purpose in the pain. This book will help us all grapple with God’s purpose and presence when...

Spiritual Lessons from Quarantine

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The last few months have been anything but normal. Have we been interrupted or disrupted? In this message Pastor Josh will share four spiritual lessons from quarantine and what we can learn from God "stopping us" in Act chapter sixteen. Watch the Message Here: https://youtu.be/fjZLCkffRPs When did you first realize that the pandemic was going to change your life? For me, it...

Be at War with Sin

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"Therefore let us leave the elementary doctrine of Christ and go on to maturity, not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God." (Hebrews 6:1 ESV) No more elementary faith; no more elementary sin. Now that you are growing in your relationship with God it is time to lay behind childish things. The sins that you...

Does God Have a Plan for My Life?

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There have been many times I've wondered where this thing is headed—live seems off the rails and I wonder who is in control. Does God have a plan for me? Are all of these things really working together for my good and His glory (Romans 8:28-29)? Watch the Message Here: https://youtu.be/jOVDlsQhmYU Even in Loss, He has My Gain in Mind Imagine the scene:...

Why Does God Allow Suffering? One Compelling Reason with Many Applications

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Our soul questions: Does suffering happen because God can’t stop it? Because He won’t stop it? Doesn’t He want to stop it? Does suffering happen because we are bad? Is suffering inevitable? What does God want me to do when I’m suffering? Some secular-minded people conclude that suffering happens because God is either impotent or evil. Some religions tell...

Why Does God Allow Suffering? A list of helpful applications and articles

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David Garland shows how the suffering occurring with Paul in 2 Corinthians, and therefore with us, is the opposite of the plot, The Picture of Dorian Gray: In that story the vain Dorian Gray has his portrait painted; and when it is finished, he laments: “How sad! I shall grow old and horrible, but this picture never will be older. If...