A Nationwide Call for Spiritual Awakening

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16
Jan

Saving Grace

If a young man is killed through some random act of violence, and his father tracks down the guilty person and kills him, we would call that vengeance. If, however, the father calls the police and the murderer is arrested, tried, convicted, and executed, we’d call that […]

09
Jan

I’m Still Clay

I’ll never forget the evening a potter came to our church. He brought his wheel and some clay he had dug out of the river behind his house. What a mess! This clay was soupy and dirty and mixed with debris. (I always thought clay came in […]

02
Jan

How many times do I need to repent?

How often do you think a person must repent to be in a right relationship with God? A) Only once, when the person believes in Christ for salvation.B) During special church services when others are also “rededicating” their lives to God.C) Daily, in order to keep a […]

19
Dec

Big Prayer in 2020

If you receive the OneCry email, chances are pretty good that you care about the spiritual well-being of our nation. No doubt it grieves your soul to see the godlessness that pervades our society. Yet God is stirring His people to pray. And when God’s people unite […]

12
Dec

A Gift That Will Make A Difference

I’m in Washington, DC, for some meetings right now. This is a badly divided city, indicative of the divisions in our whole nation. I’m absolutely convinced that it’s not politics that will ever bring us together.  What we really need is a great spiritual awakening, another heaven-sent […]

05
Dec

Prone To Wander?

It’s not only easy, it’s natural. If you’ve been in a boat of any kind on the water (no matter the size), you are aware of the unceasing movement that occurs. Even on a calm day, the current pulls you from your original spot. Spiritual Drifting The […]

14
Nov

Forgetting the Real Problem

Politicians, social scientists, and every man on the street argue about what’s wrong with the world. “It’s the government,” they say. “If we would just adopt this form of government,” (the one they agree with), “everything would be right.” There are as many ideas as there are […]

07
Nov

Repentance Saved My Marriage

Take a moment to read the following testimony*, then see what God may be saying to you about repentance. After twenty-three years of being active in church life, I was burned out. I was tired of trying to live the Christian life, and in my heart I […]

30
Oct

Living Honestly with God, Self, and Others

As a Christian seeking personal revival, you have an enemy in this ongoing struggle with deception. Jesus called him “a liar and the father of lies” (John 8:44). Pastor Bill Elliff observes: [The devil] has successfully taught us that lying will produce some benefit. . . . […]

17
Oct

Being Honest With God: A lesson from the life of King David

Ever since Adam and Eve first disobeyed God, the tendency to cover our sin has been a part of our sinful human nature (see Genesis 3:7–8). We don’t have to be trained how to hide or pretend—it comes naturally. Even after we are redeemed in Christ and […]

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