On Air NowInGrace with Jim Scudder, Jr.
Every one of us can get involved in serving the Lord in our own digital ministry when we start looking at our life from a kingdom perspective.
Serving the Lord can be difficult, but in due season there's a reward. And yet even in the difficult days, it's a joy to know that we’re co-laborers with Christ, building up His kingdom one day at a time, one life at a time.
Here’s something I’m learning about the Lord: Where God is taking you is more important than where God found you.
There are plenty of dumb dating mistakes, and I've made lots of them; but the dumbest mistakes of all are the ones you’re unwilling to make.
You might think that the biggest mistakes you make in life are in fact, the big ones. But I've learned that the biggest mistakes in life are always the ones that start out as small compromises.
When it comes to powerful Christian living, it’s not as mysterious as we make it out to be. The most powerful thing you can do is hide God’s Word in your heart.
When it comes to our relationship with the Lord, too many of us assume that God is like the cop out to get us. Whether our guilt is deserved or exaggerated, most of us have missed that God’s first response towards us is grace.
When it comes to the most important things in life, there are no exceptions to the rules, and that's a really good thing. Find out what I'm talking about in today's episode.
There will always be people who are doing just a little bit of rejoicing when they’re sad or weeping when they’re happy. But love understands that there is a time and a purpose for everything.
No matter how dry and barren your wilderness is, God’s promise is that He will feed you when you look to Him for satisfaction. Are you looking to God in your time of hunger?
God typically meets His people alone. Away from the noise and the crowd. How much time are you spending alone with God?
There's a perfect time for everything in our lives. Whether it’s practical matters like boiling eggs or more substantial things like love and marriage, God’s timing is always perfect.
Part of the process of discipleship is a process of transformation that cries out to the world, "I may not be perfect yet, but I’m not who I used to be". Is that your story too?
When it comes to our spiritual health, when it comes to how well or how sick we are, we’re not the experts - God is.
Don’t let fear keep you praying small prayers of small hope. Instead, let the truth of God’s character and love lead you to believe that He is all that He says He is.