The Journey with Ron Moore

Let God have your hurt, rejection, and disappointment.

What is there in life that you just can’t live without? The something or someone that makes every day brighter and better? Now, what if God asked you to give it, or him, or her up? Would you? As Ron Moore is about to share, that’s exactly what God asked… Continue Reading…

Let us remember that every act of service is significant to God.

Jesus said that our heart follows after the things we really treasure and value. In what direction is your heart headed?

When does the phrase: “I give up” signal victory instead of defeat? When does “my sacrifice” mean getting everything I truly want? Ron Moore shares those paradoxes through the story of Abraham and Isaac. It’s there that you’ll find triumph and plenty.

This was a time in Israel’s history when the people did not know God. There was no godly leader to give guidance. Everyone did as he saw fit. The same thing happens today. When we do what is right in our own eyes, our life can be described in two words: “Train Wreck!”

Are you fighting a tough battle? Does the enemy seem bigger, faster, and stronger than you? Do you feel fear and even panic? Stop right there!

From the Old Testament to the New, giving is an act of individual worship. Giving out of compulsion, legalism, manipulation or force is not worship at all.

We all need a Savior to save us from the sins that separate us from God. That’s the eternal salvation that Jesus came to give us! Once our eternal salvation is in place, we can trust Him for the other issues. But we must start with first things first.

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16 Thanksgiving Day is a time to remember, reflect and give thanks for all that God has done, is doing and promises to do…. Continue Reading…

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