The Holy Spirit gives us the power to become more Christlike.
Knowing God is sovereign helps us persevere through suffering with peace in our hearts.
When we face temptation, we need to hold fast to our confession and draw near to Jesus.
True wisdom grows in community, obedience, and trials.
Through the promise of the birth of Samson, we are given a foretaste of the salvation that will come through Christ.
Sometimes it is in the midst of our troubles, when all hope seems gone, that God carries out his purposes.
Even when God seems silent or unresponsive, he is working out his plan and will be faithful.
God sends his Son to be born of a woman so that the humble might rejoice in his eternal reign.
We ought to rejoice that God has given the church, the anticipated new birth through Christ.
The essence, importance, and experience of contentment are rooted in relying on God.
Jesus is the treasure that is worth sacrificing everything else for.
The sacrificial life is connected to Jesus sending you.
Jesus sets the ultimate beautiful example of a life of sacrifice for others.
Through Jesus, we can be “great hearts” with courage to sacrifice.
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