Love: The Greatest of Songs (Song of Solomon)

Part 22 – “Route 66”
Song of Solomon 1
What makes a person attractive to the opposite sex? (Here’s a hint: Hollywood has missed it.) The One who designed love reveals that a person’s character is the basis of attraction . . . and affirmation provides the cure to insecurity and the key to intimacy.

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Worshipping on Someday (Proverbs)

Part 20 – “Route 66”
Proverbs 27:1
Tomorrow is often the basis for our boasting: “Someday when money isn’t tight; someday I’ll be a better husband and father; someday I’ll be happy when . . . ” Wisdom warns that when we worship on “someday” we presume on what we cannot control and cannot predict. We must begin seeking contentment and responsibility in the only place real change can occur—today.

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What to Do When You’ve Blown It (Book of Psalms)

Part 19 – “Route 66”
Psalm 51
David learned a lesson after his failure: “A broken and a contrite heart, O God, You will not despise.” What do you do when you’ve blown it? We have to humble ourselves . . . and come clean with God. No other solution brings peace of mind.

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Gloom, Despair, and Agony on Me (Book of Job)

In times of suffering, God reveals Himself to us not by answering our questions and accusations but by affirming His total control.

We don’t have to understand all that goes on behind the scenes in the spiritual and moral realm of God’s plans for us. God calls us instead to trust and obey.

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Keep the Change (Nehemiah) [Podcast]

Nehemiah 10; 13

Israel’s great national return and repentance was short-lived. Once committed to changing, they failed to keep the change and backslid toward the sins that caused their original undoing. Learning from their mistakes, how can we cooperate with the Spirit of God and enjoy positive change without regression?