Our Promised, Perfect King

Our Promised, Perfect King

“At that time a root from Jesse will stand like a signal flag for the nations. Nations will look to Him for guidance, and His residence will be majestic.” – Isaiah 11:10   Despair.   Division.   Hopelessness.   As we look around at the circumstances of the world right...

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God’s Work

God’s Work

Growing up in China, like many others of my generation, I was the only child of my parents. At a young age, the protagonists in Chinese historical fiction captured my imagination. I was drawn to their strong sense of right and wrong, the heroism on display, and the...

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All His Promises

All His Promises

Advent is a season of waiting. We know the Christ-child has come to us, that the Messiah has already overcome sin and death. But we wait for His return, His second Advent, when all will be restored and made new. When we celebrate the birth of Christ during Advent and...

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Introduction

Introduction

We have all experienced a season of waiting. Whether we’re in one currently or we’ve experienced one in the past, we know there will be more seasons of waiting to come. While we wait and anticipate things on this earth, we also know that we are waiting for something...

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Materials Now Available!

Materials Now Available!

We are one week away from our next study, The God Who Restores! We begin The God Who Restores on Monday, November 28, and we couldn’t be more excited to dig into God’s Word with you! We're thrilled you've joined us this Advent season to study the faithfulness of the...

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His Presence Remains

His Presence Remains

Every season has some kind of tension. One minute, twinkling lights fill our hearts with joy, and the next a cause for deep suffering arises and we are undone. No matter where you and I find ourselves on the spectrum today, an underlying current remains: Until Jesus...

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Daughters of Encouragement

Daughters of Encouragement

Have you ever had a nickname, or been called a pet name by family or friends? Sometimes it can simply be a shortened version of your name, or perhaps it’s a name that describes your personality or aspects of your character.        In Acts 4 we read of a man...

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Enduring Faith

Enduring Faith

Today’s verses are the very heart of what Love God Greatly has been in my own life, and what we strive to be and to create for the community of women around the globe. Hebrews 10:24–25 says:    “And let us take thought of how to spur one another on to love and...

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Training Time

Training Time

“But be on your guard so that your hearts are not weighed down with dissipation and drunkenness and the worries of this life, and that day close down upon you suddenly like a trap. For it will overtake all who live on the face of the whole earth. But stay alert at all...

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Stay Alert

Stay Alert

“Therefore stay alert because you do not know on what day your Lord will come. But understand this: If the owner of the house had known at what time of night the thief was coming, he would have been alert and would not have let his house be broken into. Therefore you...

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What Really Matters

What Really Matters

My favorite moments on this earth always involve two things: people and hugs. It’s as if the times when I am embraced or the times I get to embrace others are moments in which time stops and God reminds me what truly matters. I admit, I often need that reminder; I get...

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The Harvest and the Battle

The Harvest and the Battle

Our hearts are longing for Christ to come back. Each day as we watch the news, read updates on the internet, and hear from friends, our hearts are tempted to become anxious and want the Lord’s return to speed up. But like a farmer, we must be patient with the harvest....

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One Taken, One Left

One Taken, One Left

“I tell you, in that night there will be two people in one bed; one will be taken and the other left. There will be two women grinding grain together; one will be taken and the other left.” – Luke 17:34–35   We live in a world where we do not have to look for evil. It...

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The God Who Restores Translations

The God Who Restores Translations

The God Who Restores study journal is currently available in 18 languages, with more in process!    The God Who Restores for Kids is available for download in 12 languages!   Help us spread our translations around the world by sending this information to...

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There is Always Hope

There is Always Hope

It can be easy to feel discouraged and hopeless that things will ever get better. These feelings are so real and held by my Father, God. However, amid these feelings, the word that I cannot get out of my head has been hope. It has been during these present hardships...

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Spoiler Alert

Spoiler Alert

Let’s start with the obvious: the book of Revelation is hard. And confusing. There are a lot of details we just don’t know for sure—like, who are the two witnesses that today’s verses describe? Moses and Elijah? Maybe.    The imagery in Revelation often reads...

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Yes, I Believe

Yes, I Believe

When I was little, I remember one of my Sunday school teachers teaching us the story about Jesus ascending into the clouds. She shared how excited she was for Jesus to come again. The story felt other-worldly, and I can still picture felt-board Jesus as she moved Him...

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God Walks In

God Walks In

I was an art leader for Vacation Bible School this year. As I made prayer journals with the kids we discussed what it takes to have a strong relationship with someone we care about. We talked about how difficult it is to really know someone without spending time with...

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Maranatha

Maranatha

Excitement. Anticipation. Expectation.    Oh, how I remember, as a child, the feelings in December, as I counted down the days waiting for Christmas to come!                                                                          As an adult, I confess to...

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Stand Firm and Look Up

Stand Firm and Look Up

It’s not hard to see that we are living in days that look very different than they did even a few short years ago. There’s so much happening in the world that has left us with our share of questions, heaviness, tears, and confusion.   And, to be real, we don’t need a...

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Announcing Our Next Study!

Announcing Our Next Study!

What are you waiting for today? What do you hope God will do for you? What desires or longings in your life are you trying to meet through your own strength?    We are all waiting for or hoping for something. We live in a broken world, and our longings remind us...

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When the Seasons Change

When the Seasons Change

Fall is God’s coloring book. For a short time, everything comes alive in a beautiful display. What glory! The poet Walt Whitman said it well: “Give me juicy autumnal fruit, ripe and red from the orchard.” If only we could sit on the front porch and sip pumpkin spice...

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Continue in the Faith

Continue in the Faith

“Children, it is the last hour, and just as you heard that the antichrist is coming, so now many antichrists have appeared. We know from this that it is the last hour. They went out from us, but they did not really belong to us, because if they had belonged to us,...

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Remember

Remember

“Above all, understand this: In the last days blatant scoffers will come, being propelled by their own evil urges and saying, “Where is his promised return? For ever since our ancestors died, all things have continued as they were from the beginning of creation.” 2...

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