The Journey with Ron Moore

Preparation for the future always begins today.

Maybe sin has knocked you for a loop. Maybe it has wrestled you to the ground and pinned your back to the mat. You don’t have to stay down. Today’s passage is a bold reminder that it’s time to get up, stand straight, and, by God’s grace, move forward.

Slow down and wait on God. He is seldom early, but He is never late.

He desires to pick up the heavy pack and carry it for you. God our Savior is the One who “daily bears our burdens!”

Jesus said, “Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.” He proceeded to the cross as proof of his great love for us. In today’s broadcast, Ron Moore explores that evidence and encourages you to offer the same kind of proof for your… Continue Reading…

The tests God sends are not meant to tear us down but to build us up. God is in the process of developing us today for what He wants us to do tomorrow.

During our times of prayer or praise, what is the posture of our hearts?

Do you have any walls that need to be collapsed in your life? It’s very possible you won’t find a successful strategy online or in a bestselling “How To” book. Block out some time, and openly talk to the Lord about all the things keeping you from following hard after him. Believe me, he is an expert at breaking down walls. 

The question for today is the following: Are you bowing down before any god other than God? That god can come in the form of a person, possession or position. It may be something you are living with, living in or living for. Whatever it is, it’s a pathetic substitute for the real thing.

Our spiritual flight has many ups and downs. The wind currents of life lift us up and drag us down. The atmosphere of sin causes us to stumble and fall. We grow weary from the journey and start a dangerous descent. But God is there every time. Like a mother eagle, he carries us on his all-powerful wings.

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