It’s widely known that a joyful heart is easily displaced by a complaining spirit. But often overlooked are the more damaging aspects of grumbling. Ron Moore shares two principles that will guard your spiritual satisfaction and maintain your heart’s joy.
February 2, 2021
Ungodly giants sometimes come in small packages. The lustful look, materialism, an unforgiving spirit, and others. They seem harmless enough, but their appearances disguise one undeniable fact: they defy your God. Today Ron Moore examines the story of David and Goliath with the goal of seeing these giants for what… Continue Reading…
December 25, 2020
Merry Christmas! Christ in you, the hope of glory. That’s how Paul describes believers. But sometimes you wonder about that. Sometimes it seems your old nature has pushed God out of your life. Ron Moore has some good news. It comes in the form of four truths that evidence the… Continue Reading…
September 23, 2020
Pray that His “I am with you” promise fills that spot in your heart where fear once lived. Begin today to build the life that God has called you to build!
August 18, 2020
False prophets and teachers will be around until the end of time. Therefore, we need to know how to spot them. Ezekiel 13 gives us three important things to look for.
August 17, 2020
God will bring you back home, too, if you let Him. He wants you to be His child. He desires to be your God. He will take the heart that is divided and make it fully His.
July 8, 2020
A healthy spirit contributes to a healthy body. And there’s nothing more invigorating to our heart and soul than the balm of music. Unfortunately, we often disagree about which medicine is best. Ron Moore offers a glimpse into our musical past to offer a healthy perspective on music in the… Continue Reading…
July 6, 2020
Spiritual discipline is not self-sufficiency. It is the wisdom to latch on to the Source, be filled with His strength, and be controlled by His Spirit.
Like a rubber hammer to the knee, God is expecting a response when he gently raps on our soul. Today Ron Moore shows us what that reflexive action says about the health of our spirit.