Contributed on Sep 8, 2002
Hosea saw a parallel between the spiritual illness that infected his marriage, and the spiritual illness that infected his nation.
Contributed on Sep 17, 2002
Joel gives advice about how to handle a disaster. For him it was a swarm of locusts. Our day of disaster might involve terrorists attacking New York City, or the doctor telling us we have cancer. Either way, God’s Word gives us ways to deal with disast
Contributed on Oct 9, 2002
We often feel like asking, "Good God Almighty, what do you WANT from me?" Micah gives a clear answer -- to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.
Contributed on Oct 21, 2002
In Nahum, God says, "I am against you." We like to emphasize one of the verses of Nahum: "God is slow to anger..." but there is a limit to God’s patience. What happens when we continually turn our backs on God?
Contributed on Oct 30, 2002
How do we deal with the issue of unanswered prayer?
Contributed on Oct 31, 2002
How do we fight complacency in our spiritual lives?
Contributed on Nov 14, 2002
We are discouraged -- because of the attacks on our nation, the problems in our families, the economy, or financial problems. We can be pessimistic and think things will never improve. We can be optimistic and think we have the power to bring about chan