You’re next in line for the crown. You’re about to be the leader of a nation that is finally settling into peace and prosperity. Your father is one of the greatest leaders of all time, but you’re young, inexperienced and naive. Your brothers want your position; your father’s generals are nervous about your leadership skill. The expectations over you are higher than they have ever been for anyone in your position. How will you possibly meet and even exceed those expectations? Welcome to the first days of the reign of King Solomon, son of David.
Love is essential to every aspect of the Christian life. Without it, everything else is empty.
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Instead of anticipating a bright light or an earth-shaking sign from God, many times we may need to retreat, put down the smartphone and listen for God’s whisper.
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NASHVILLE (BP) – While most Americans say religious liberty is on the decline in the country, even more believe Christians are increasingly confronted with intolerance in the U.S. But some say American Christians complain too much about how they are treated.