As the Temple built to worship God was dedicated, King Solomon stopped and prayed to the Lord. In the king’s prayer, we are pointed to truths about God is, what He does for us and how we can come before Him today.
This week, I turn to 2 Chronicles to think about what we learn from Kings David and Solomon on where we should put our confidence.
Can we experience God’s peace even in the midst of discouragement? David contemplates this in the last part of Psalm 4, as I wrap up the series “Peace.”
Melanie turns us to Micah this week to think about how God has a plan for our salvation throughout all time. There’s even a hint of Christmas in what she shares!
We’re called to feel peace and yet anger can boil up so easily in the midst of the turmoils of life. What do we do with that as we seek to follow Jesus?
How do we follow God’s leading in our lives? Are we seeking His guidance? Are we serving His people? Jim Krenning helps us to think about these questions and the answers to them.
Do you feel a lack of peace in life? We’re starting a series exploring Psalm 4 at Little Hills, thinking about true peace. This week: what about situations when we are humiliated and attacked?
We face tragedies that affect all of society (like 9/11) and ones that simply impact us. What do we do when we face them? How do we turn to the Lord in those moments?
When God places donkeys in our lives, do we pay attention? Or do we convince ourselves that our actions don’t really matter and so we can do whatever we want?
Don’t let people just float by you in life! Pastor Tim turns to Philemon on this Labor Day weekend to think about the value God sees in each and every person.