Steve’s Devotional - How to Believe

Steve’s Devotional - How to Believe

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday May 7, 2018

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If you are a skeptic or have ever been one, then, chances are, you have had the experience of going to a Christian, asking about his or her faith, only to receive a “You just believe, that’s all” in response. I don’t know about you, but I remember feeling frustrated by that. I already know the problem. What I need is a solution.

Steve’s Devotional - How to Know that You Know Him

Steve’s Devotional - How to Know that You Know Him

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday April 23, 2018

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God doesn’t say, “Trust me” and then for the rest of your life make you wonder if you really trusted him. The nature of the God of the universe is not to bring you to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ…then to make you wonder for the rest of your life if you have that saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. It is God’s business and desire for us to have assurance of our salvation. How do you know that you know him? Check out five indicators from Hebrews 6.

 

Steve’s Devotional – If God is in Charge

Steve’s Devotional – If God is in Charge

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday April 9, 2018

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What is God like? The answer to that question determines how I will act, who I am and the very world in which I live. From the beginning of fallen man’s history, God’s existence has been acknowledged as a fact, but God’s nature has been in question. And so man’s questions have centered on the God he or she knew was there: Where is God? What must I do to get his attention? Is he benevolent, or is he a monster? Does he care, or has he gone away to Bermuda on vacation? Does he love? And then very hesitantly: Does he love me?

Steve’s Devotional - So What?

Steve’s Devotional - So What?

Steve Brown Steve Brown
Monday March 26, 2018

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Do you ever wonder if the Christian faith is true? Perhaps it’s late at night just before you fall asleep. Maybe you’re going through a tough time or an unbelieving friend questions your faith and you think (but of course, would never say) that all of this might just be some gigantic con game and I’ve believed a bunch of lies.