Category: Worship

David and Goliath
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While the army and the king cowered in fear before Goliath, that seemingly unbeatable threat to their freedom, David demonstrated real courage and answered the giant’s challenge.

Paul in Lystra - Honor | Bible Stories and Our Spiritual Growth
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When Paul and Barnabas were in Lystra on the first missionary journey, the people thought they were gods, an honor they emphatically rejected.

The Early Church - Persecution | Bible Stories and Our Spiritual Growth
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It is easy for us to be concerned about our political freedom, the right to do what we want to do when we want to do it without government interference.

The Ten Virgins – Be Prepared | Bible Stories and Our Spiritual Growth
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The theme of this parable is separating the good from the bad; and it is intended to teach the necessity of being completely prepared, not just almost prepared.

Peter - Striving | Bible Stories and Our Spiritual Growth
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The life of the apostle Peter provides important lessons on striving – making great effort to achieve or obtain something.

The Altar of Witness – Jumping to Conclusions
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When the nation of Israel settled in the promised land, the Jordan river formed a boundary between the tribes on the east side of the river and those on the west.

The Parable of the Wicked Tenants - Reneging
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Jesus told this parable for the enlightenment of all the people, including us, not just the chief priests and elders.

Martha - Waiting for a Miracle
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Martha, Mary and Lazarus were friends with Jesus. When Lazarus became ill, Martha asked their friend to come and heal him.

Paul’s Trip to Philippi - Focus | Bible Stories and Our Spiritual Growth
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Thinking about the Apostle Paul’s trip to Philippi during his second missionary journey can reveal some important lessons about focusing our attention on the things that matter.

King Saul’s Death - Euthanasia | Bible Stories and Our Spiritual Growth
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When King Saul was wounded by the Philistines, he was afraid that they would abuse him. That fear of pain and humiliation overwhelmed any trust he might have had in God.