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1 Samuel, Part 2 #5: The Enemy Looms

Giants come in many forms: maybe a financial hurdle that seems impossible to overcome. Perhaps it’s a boss who has it out for you, or a physical condition. Kay Arthur shows you from the example of David, how no giant is too big for the Lord.

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Ephesians Study Guide

In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul prays God will “open the eyes of their hearts” to know “what is the hope of His calling” on their lives. Learn how to walk in a manner worthy of this holy calling.

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A Prayer for Marriage, Part 2

Earlier, we began a “Prayer for Marriage.” Beloved, whether you’re newlyweds just beginning to travel the road of life together or if you’ve been married for many years, learning to talk to your spouse can enrich your life and deepen the bonds of your marriage.  God is the master communicator, and we can come to Him to be instructed and taught in the art of communicating effectively with the one He has given us.  Let’s continue this prayer:

Learning to Talk to One Another

Traditionally, June is the month for weddings.  But after the wedding, the reality begins: marriage. One of the most important elements to a healthy marriage is good communication. This month, we’ll focus on learning to talk to one another in marriage, and pray for our marriages, whether we’re just beginning our lives together, or if we’ve been married for decades. 

Who will speak to your neighbor?

Did you take Vasile’s challenge? He took a God-ordained trip with a Pakistani taxi driver on an unmarked road to Kabul and used it to share the hope of Jesus Christ with someone who knew the Koran but had never heard the gospel.

For the Sake of Christ

It was Mohammed’s birthday and Pakistani students at Precept Ministries Institute of Training on evangelism begged their teacher Vasile to stay off the streets.  “It isn’t safe.  To kill or persecute a Christian out of love and respect for Mohammed is a great honor.  We know you look like one of our people—you’re dressed like us.  But even the tribe you look like you come from is hated because they are nothing but a bunch of bandits.  People might try to hurt you just because of that. But if they find out you’re a Christian, you’ll be dead!  Don’t go. Don’t take the chance.