Remember the locusts came as a result of their sin. But in God’s grace, He desires to bring restoration.
August 14, 2020
Maybe today the scars of your life show that you have lived far from God. You know the consequence of walking away. You know the inward pain and regret. You know the hurt that you have caused others. But please hear this – there is no sin that God cannot and will not forgive.
July 3, 2020
Weigh your words. Hold your tongue. Think before you speak. That simple exercise is going to keep you from a lot of sin and regret.
July 2, 2020
In this section of Proverbs, He slams the hammer down with a series of admonitions. I see four important warnings in today’s passage.
March 16, 2020
In the story of Israel’s first king, we learn an important lesson: sometimes God answers our prayers, and we live to regret it. And from this lesson we learn an important application: be very careful what you pray for.
November 5, 2019
Wise people know that to get the most out of life one must, “start with the ending.” To really live you have to contemplate death and boldly go forward in its shadow. Ron Moore leads us down the victorious path that knows neither reserve nor retreat nor regret.
February 5, 2019
Luke 4:13 When the devil had finished all this tempting, he left him until an opportune time. After the showdown in the desert, Satan left but he didn’t leave. He waited for a strategic time to come at Jesus again. Satan never gives up. Beaten today, he returns to battle… Continue Reading…
January 14, 2019
What happens on the day you decide God can’t meet your needs? When you choose to fill that empty space in your real life with someone or something other than Him. As Ron Moore is coming to share, that’s the day you look back on with regret. He’ll share why… Continue Reading…
June 5, 2018
Wise people know that to get the most out of life one must, “start with the ending.” To really live you have to contemplate death and boldly go forward in its shadow. Ron Moore leads us down the victorious path that knows neither reserve, nor retreat nor regret.