Mountaintop moments are designed to change our perception, not to change our home address. Often, however, those moments get eclipsed by the pressing needs of our normal day-to-day living.
So what do we do? Pastor Chuck Swindoll answers that vital question in this sermon on Matthew 17:14–21 where . . .
1) You say that Isaac was a grown man when Abraham took him to be sacrificed, but the Bible calls him a "lad." Can you explain?
2) How can God create light on one day and the sun and the moon on another day?
3) In the parable of the sower in Matthew 13, which of the four soils represents a saved . . .
When you pray, it is usually in times of urgent need? Or is it a part of your everyday life, like breathing and sleeping? Today on Turning Point, Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at prayer and how it can bring you through seasons of trial.
God gives to us out of love, hoping we'll respond the same way. But that's not always how it works out. Join Dr. Tony Evans as he talks about how we ought to relate with our God who provides when we learn to focus on the giver instead of the gift.
How would you respond if someone offered you a “prophetic word”? You might be at a loss if you’re not sure what that means. Find out what the gift of prophecy is and how it relates to biblical truth. That’s our focus on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
What are the ingredients for happiness? Is it having friends and strong family ties? Is it in buying some of the finer things in life? Pastor Greg Laurie addresses that question Friday on A NEW BEGINNING. It’s a look at lasting happiness according to God’s Word.