The Lord is My Shepherd

“The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.” This first verse contains a wonderful blessing for the child of God. This verse establishes both our position, and our possession. The little word “my” sets the tone for the whole chapter. This is a personal Psalm, and it has many applications for our Christian life.

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Do You Want What You Have?

Not long ago, I heard ‘lust’ defined as wanting something else, someone else, or somewhere else. If that’s true, then I must confess to lusting quite a bit. I find my heart discontented with what I have and I've got a feeling that I'm not alone.

Do You Want What You Have?

Not long ago, I heard 'lust' defined as wanting something else, someone else, or somewhere else. If that's true, then I must confess to lusting quite a bit. Its poison has destroyed the best of us. Causing many marriages to fail. Drowning families in debt. Leading us on a never-ending chase for satisfaction. The carrot is dangled in front of us, yet we never arrive at our destination...