Some grapevines need to experience stress to develop good grapes, and the same principle can be applied to the trials we have in our own lives. The unwelcome stress and struggle may be God's way of pruning you to produce fruit. Don't miss this conversation on "Discover the Word."
Even though God has promised to always be with us, we still experience pain, suffering, and hardships. So how can we be confident in the security of God? Discover the answer to that question today in our study of Psalm 91.
In Scripture, God seems to promise to protect and defend those who put their trust in Him. Yet Christians still get sick, deal with disaster, and go through trials. Join us today as we discover God's promises in Psalm 91 and how they apply to God's people.
Have you ever felt buried under the weight of daily struggles? Ever felt overwhelmed by the troubles you're going through? Then you can definitely relate to Psalm 55! Join us for an encouraging conversation as we take a look at David's song of desperation.
When blessing come our way, we're grateful to God. But what about when things go wrong in life? On "Discover the Word" today, our hosts explain why we should thank God for adversity. Because it is often a precursor to God's greater plan!
After being imprisoned, shipwrecked, and stranded, Paul could have easily given in to panic. Yet he remained at peace during the entire disaster. Today on "Discover the Word" we'll be taking a look at the biblical principle for crisis management.