Your Daily Bible

Kurt Barnes

Short, daily meditations on God’s Word that are practical and relevant to your everyday life. Featuring pastor Kurt Barnes from Silver Creek Fellowship Church in Silverton, Oregon.

Episode 274: Romans 8:28
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Sep 14

3 min

1 Peter 3:1-7 NLT1In the same way, you wives must accept the authority of your husbands. Then, even if some refuse to obey the Good News, your godly lives will speak to them without any words. They will be won over 2by observing your pure and reverent lives. 3Don’t be concerned about the outward beauty of fancy hairstyles, expensive jewelry, or beautiful clothes. 4You should clothe yourselves instead with the beauty that comes from within, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is so precious to God. 5This is how the holy women of old made themselves beautiful. They put their trust in God and accepted the authority of their husbands. 6For instance, Sarah obeyed her husband, Abraham, and called him her master. You are her daughters when you do what is right without fear of what your husbands might do. 7In the same way, you husbands must give honor to your wives. Treat your wife with understanding as you live together. She may be weaker than you are, but she is your equal partner in God’s gift of new life. Treat her as you should so your prayers will not be hindered.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Sep 7

7 min

1 Peter 2:21-25 NLT21 For God called you to do good, even if it means suffering, just as Christ suffered for you. He is your example, and you must follow in his steps. 22 He never sinned, nor ever deceived anyone. 23 He did not retaliate when he was insulted, nor threaten revenge when he suffered. He left his case in the hands of God, who always judges fairly. 24 He personally carried our sins in his body on the cross so that we can be dead to sin and live for what is right. By his wounds you are healed. 25 Once you were like sheep who wandered away. But now you have turned to your Shepherd, the Guardian of your souls.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Sep 5

6 min

1 Peter 2:18-20 NLT18You who are slaves must submit to your masters with all respect. Do what they tell you—not only if they are kind and reasonable, but even if they are cruel. 19For God is pleased when, conscious of his will, you patiently endure unjust treatment. 20Of course, you get no credit for being patient if you are beaten for doing wrong. But if you suffer for doing good and endure it patiently, God is pleased with you.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Sep 4

5 min

1 Peter 2:13-17 NLT13 For the Lord’s sake, submit to all human authority—whether the king as head of state, 14 or the officials he has appointed. For the king has sent them to punish those who do wrong and to honor those who do right. 15 It is God’s will that your honorable lives should silence those ignorant people who make foolish accusations against you. 16 For you are free, yet you are God’s slaves, so don’t use your freedom as an excuse to do evil. 17 Respect everyone, and love the family of believers. Fear God, and respect the king.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Sep 3

7 min

1 Peter 2:11-12 NLT11Dear friends, I warn you as “temporary residents and foreigners” to keep away from worldly desires that wage war against your very souls. 12Be careful to live properly among your unbelieving neighbors. Then even if they accuse you of doing wrong, they will see your honorable behavior, and they will give honor to God when he judges the world.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Sep 2

7 min

1 Peter 2:4-10 NLT4You are coming to Christ, who is the living cornerstone of God’s temple. He was rejected by people, but he was chosen by God for great honor. 5And you are living stones that God is building into his spiritual temple. What’s more, you are his holy priests. Through the mediation of Jesus Christ, you offer spiritual sacrifices that please God. 6As the Scriptures say, “I am placing a cornerstone in Jerusalem, chosen for great honor, and anyone who trusts in him will never be disgraced.” 7Yes, you who trust him recognize the honor God has given him. But for those who reject him, “The stone that the builders rejected has now become the cornerstone.” 8And, “He is the stone that makes people stumble, the rock that makes them fall.” They stumble because they do not obey God’s word, and so they meet the fate that was planned for them. 9But you are not like that, for you are a chosen people. You are royal priests, a holy nation, God’s very own possession. As a result, you can show others the goodness of God, for he called you out of the darkness into his wonderful light. 10“Once you had no identity as a people; now you are God’s people. Once you received no mercy; now you have received God’s mercy.”Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Sep 1

8 min

1 Peter 1:22-25 NLT22You were cleansed from your sins when you obeyed the truth, so now you must show sincere love to each other as brothers and sisters. Love each other deeply with all your heart. 23For you have been born again, but not to a life that will quickly end. Your new life will last forever because it comes from the eternal, living word of God. 24As the Scriptures say, “People are like grass; their beauty is like a flower in the field. The grass withers and the flower fades. 25But the word of the Lord remains forever.” And that word is the Good News that was preached to you. 1 Peter 2:1-3 NLT1So get rid of all evil behavior. Be done with all deceit, hypocrisy, jealousy, and all unkind speech. 2Like newborn babies, you must crave pure spiritual milk so that you will grow into a full experience of salvation. Cry out for this nourishment, 3now that you have had a taste of the Lord’s kindness.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 31

6 min

1 Peter 1:17-21 NLT17And remember that the heavenly Father to whom you pray has no favorites. He will judge or reward you according to what you do. So you must live in reverent fear of him during your time here as “temporary residents.” 18For you know that God paid a ransom to save you from the empty life you inherited from your ancestors. And it was not paid with mere gold or silver, which lose their value. 19It was the precious blood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God. 20God chose him as your ransom long before the world began, but now in these last days he has been revealed for your sake. 21Through Christ you have come to trust in God. And you have placed your faith and hope in God because he raised Christ from the dead and gave him great glory.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 29

8 min

1 Peter 1:13-16 NLTSo prepare your minds for action and exercise self-control. Put all your hope in the gracious salvation that will come to you when Jesus Christ is revealed to the world. 14So you must live as God’s obedient children. Don’t slip back into your old ways of living to satisfy your own desires. You didn’t know any better then. 15But now you must be holy in everything you do, just as God who chose you is holy. 16For the Scriptures say, “You must be holy because I am holy.”Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 28

6 min

1 Peter 1:10-12 NLT10This salvation was something even the prophets wanted to know more about when they prophesied about this gracious salvation prepared for you. 11They wondered what time or situation the Spirit of Christ within them was talking about when he told them in advance about Christ’s suffering and his great glory afterward. 12They were told that their messages were not for themselves, but for you. And now this Good News has been announced to you by those who preached in the power of the Holy Spirit sent from heaven. It is all so wonderful that even the angels are eagerly watching these things happen.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 27

7 min

1 Peter 1:6-9(NLT)6 So be truly glad.[a] There is wonderful joy ahead, even though you must endure many trials for a little while. 7 These trials will show that your faith is genuine. It is being tested as fire tests and purifies gold—though your faith is far more precious than mere gold. So when your faith remains strong through many trials, it will bring you much praise and glory and honor on the day when Jesus Christ is revealed to the whole world.8 You love him even though you have never seen him. Though you do not see him now, you trust him; and you rejoice with a glorious, inexpressible joy. 9 The reward for trusting him will be the salvation of your souls.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 26

7 min

The Christian Story in a NutshellEvery good story needs a beginning, middle, and an end. In just a few rich verses, Peter tells the story of his audience’s life of faith.They were living in the middle of the story, going about life with various hats on: citizens, slaves, family members. Their pre-Christian lives were not characterized by hope, especially if they were slaves. But now they were God’s people, every situation, task, person, and setback could be viewed through the glasses the lens of ‘living hope’ (1:3).This living hope has a beginning: ‘the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead’ (1:3). The hope that Christians have does not float on clouds of wishful thinking. No, it springs from a tomb that once held the body of our crucified Lord, but that tomb is now empty. Jesus dealt death a fatal blow. It really happened! And if God has raised Christ from the dead, what can’t he do? Is it so impossible for him to set us free from the things that once bound us, and breathe new life into our lives.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 25

6 min

Living by a New StoryTortoise believed life rewards the dedicated, and ended up crossing the finish line before the arrogant Hare. Chicken Little believed the sky was falling down, and ended up in a fox’s belly. Nothing will shape your life more than the story you believe yourself to be part of. Our view of life’s ultimate story will shape what we think is good and bad, how we spend our time and money, how we view ourselves and others – it influences everything.Peter is writing to Gentiles across an area we today call Turkey. He locates them within a story, a story very different to the story they had once lived by.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 24

6 min

God who is compassionate The passage reveals God’s compassion not just toward Nineveh but also toward Jonah. God patiently deals with His prophet who is angry because God decided to relent from judging Nineveh. Jonah’s compassion toward the plant is out of selfish reasons. His compassion is masked by his underlying comfort and he gets angry when the plant dies because it inconveniences him. We often behave like Jonah. Even our best intentions are tainted by sin and selfishness. Jonah’s love is misplaced. Jonah’s love is for himself and anything that comes in-between faces his extreme displeasure. His love for himself even blinds him to God’s tremendous act of grace towards Nineveh. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 22

8 min

Man who is angry Jonah was angry because God’s forgiveness toward the people of Nineveh displeased him greatly. Why was that? Why would God’s forgiveness and grace toward this city make Jonah angry enough to want to die? Jonah loved his own people. And Jonah hated the people of Nineveh. This was the reason why he ran when God called him to go and preach to Nineveh. He did not want to warn them about the judgment of God. He would rather see Nineveh routed and punished for their crimes against his own people. And God’s grace toward Nineveh revealed his own prejudice. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 21

8 min

Prophet who obeys When Jonah obeys God’s command to preach the message to Nineveh, we get a glimpse of what happens when one man decides to obey God. How does God make you into a change agent, one who changes your city, one who changes this world? Through simple obedience. When God calls, we obey. God’s call on our lives will cost us our time, resources, our comfort and we may need to make sacrifices and even take risks. But when we decide to obey God because of who He is, then we experience a great God at work. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 20

7 min

Jonah cries out to God from inside the fish. In his distress he prays. From the deep he calls out to God for help. And what did God do? He listens to him. We see Jonah in this chapter repenting of his sin. He doesn’t make excuses for his sin he just honest about his failure. True repentance is turning from our sin and turning toward God to save us. It is to change the way we think about our sin and look at it for what it is in God’s eyes. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 19

6 min

God who pursues  When Jonah runs from God out of disobedience, God pursues him. The reason God pursues Jonah is not to pay him back for his disobedience but to bring Jonah back to Him. God, the creator and sustainer of all things, uses nature to intervene in Jonah’s life. He uses a great storm to create fear among the sailors who decide to throw Jonah into the sea in order to calm the storm. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 18

7 min

Jonah Runs from the LordGod’s word comes to Jonah, the prophet, but he decides to flee in the opposite direction. Instead of going to Nineveh, he travels to Tarshish. People run from God for various reasons. Maybe you are like Jonah in some sense. We tend to run from God in specific ways. It could be because of sin, habits, resentment, bitterness or anything that the Bible forbids but we hold on to for various reasons. People tend to run from God because of pain and suffering. It could be the loss of a friend, a suffering family member, personal suffering, disappointments, crushed dreams, financial crisis or situations like these. We end up blaming God and so we run. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 17

7 min

Don’t let fear stop you.Chances are, you have a lot of big things coming up. Graduation. College. A career. Adult stuff. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed—in fact, you might not feel like you know what you’re doing!  Joshua was in the same boat. In the Bible, Moses was the only real leader the Israelites had ever had. He was the GOAT, basically. Joshua was Moses’ assistant. Then, Moses dies, and the entire burden of leading the Israelites was on Joshua. Sounds like a lot of pressure, right? As God is giving Joshua instructions, He says this three different times: “Be strong and courageous.”Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 15

8 min

What happens when we don’t see God’s plan? In the Old Testament, Jeremiah was a prophet delivering a message from God to His people who had been exiled to Babylon. This certainly isn’t where they wanted to be. It wasn’t the plan. Instead of God rescuing them right away, He tells them to “build homes, and plan to stay” (Jeremiah 29:5 NLT) and to “work for the peace … of the city where I sent you into exile.” (Jeremiah 29:7 NLT)A few verses later, God says, … “You will be in Babylon for seventy years. But then I will come and do for you all the good things I have promised, and I will bring you home again.” Jeremiah 29:10 NLT (emphasis added) Seventy years! Most of us aren’t patient enough to wait for something for 70 seconds, let alone 70 years. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 14

8 min

How do you discover God’s plan for your life? If you’ve ever run a race, you know it’s important to keep the right pace. If you go too slow, you’ll easily get behind and people will pass you. If you go too fast, however, you might get exhausted quickly and not have the strength to even finish the race. Finding the right pace while running a race can be challenging. Fortunately, when it comes to our Christian life, we have someone who sets the pace for us. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 13

8 min

What should I do? You’ve probably asked that question a lot, especially if you have a major life decision to face, like where to go to college or what career to pick, or if He or She really is the one to marry. It’s a similar question a religious leader asked Jesus in the Bible: “Which is the most important commandment of the Law?” (Matthew 22:36) In other words: what should I do?In the next verse, we see Jesus’ reply: “‘You must love the LORD your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. A second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ (Matthew 22:37-39)When we try to figure out what God’s plan is for our lives, we can start with these two things Jesus told us to do:1.) Love God.2.) Love other people.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 12

7 min

Are you excited about your life? Or do you feel as if you’re merely existing, drifting along from day to day without any sense of purpose or direction?Through the years, I’ve met countless people who’re living what I call a “settled-for-life.” Somewhere along their journey, they became complacent and content in their circumstances. They settled for what they believed was adequate or satisfactory instead of exerting the effort and work necessary to living a life that’s truly excellent and outstanding.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 11

7 min

In every season of our life—whether as a new parent, a student pursuing a degree, or as empty-nesters— we are invited to live with intentionality. Some of these seasons seem bursting with opportunity while others feel less important. It’s important to remember that purpose does not start or stop at certain points in our life. Every moment we have is ripe for purpose-filled living.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 10

7 min

For many of us, disappointment, setbacks, and discouragement can make us feel like our purpose is out of reach. When we look at the path of our life, it often does not match the upward and onward vision of what we thought pursuing our purpose would look like. It’s natural to want to avoid the setbacks and detours we experience in life, but the truth is that most of us will experience them. It may come in the form of an unrealized dream, like wanting to be married and finding yourself single. Or maybe you just got let go from the job you thought was going to finally elevate you as a leader. Perhaps a health diagnosis is physically preventing you from doing what you thought was your purpose. The good news is that God does not waste any of it. In fact, He is the One who can take what the enemy meant to derail us from our purpose and use it for good. The very challenges, mistakes, and difficult circumstances we try to rush past or hide do not disqualify us—they often cultivate the effectiveness of God’s unique purpose in our life. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 8

6 min

One of the biggest stumbling blocks in realizing God’s intended purpose for our life is when we feel that our purpose has been put on hold. In our culture that values instant gratification, we can easily forget that development in the Kingdom of God does not run on our timeline—it’s often a much more gradual process than we would like. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 7

8 min

One of the best parts of our individual purpose is that it is unique to us. God is not looking for you or me to become carbon copies of the people around us. Do you know the unique role God has called you to play?  Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 6

6 min

What we believe about who we are has a massive impact on how our purpose is lived out. Stop for a minute and ask yourself what makes you, you? When you meet someone for the first time, how do you introduce and describe yourself? Our identity is very important to the heart of God. So much so, that he fills the Bible with stories that affirm our new identity in Christ. We can enter into an identity crisis when we lose sight of who Jesus is. However, when we renew our minds with the truth of God’s Word, we’re able to restore our understanding of who we are in Christ. From this place, we find power, we find redemption, and we find all that we need to live a life of godliness (2 Peter 1:3). Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 5

5 min

Have you ever known someone who could complicate even the simplest task? Christians are some of the best at this.  When God provides simple, clear instructions, it seems too good to be true. So we add on more and more rules and requirements until following God seems impossible to do. Then, when we’re challenged to do something Scripture clearly commands, we find we’re too busy, too tired, and stretched too thin to do the one thing that will give us life again. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 4

7 min

Imagine you had nothing to eat for weeks. Your hunger would be so overwhelming that it would consume all of your thoughts. If you saw the food your belly ached for, what are the chances you would share it with an equally famished person?Paul is thinking along those lines when he warns us not to “bite and devour” one another (Galatians 5:15). When we are empty spiritually, we see people and things as means, or obstacles, to filling our emptiness.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 3

7 min

The human body is complex. Our 78 organs work individually and collectively. A dozen distinct systems coexist seamlessly.  God created every part of our body for a specific purpose. Hands pick up objects, write letters, and steer the car. Feet take us down the street, up the stairs. Our hearts ensure that blood gets to every inch of our bodies, and our brains supervise and regulate bodily activities.  What would the heart be without vessels to carry its live-giving force? And what would our brain be without that blood to power it? Every part must work together in harmony, so the body as a whole will thrive.  The same is true of the church. When we give our lives to Jesus, we join the body of believers. Each of us has different talents and abilities. But every person is vital, even if their gifts and service are not as visible as others’. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 2

9 min

Jesus washed smelly, dirty, calloused feet with His own holy hands. At this point, the disciples are prepared for Jesus to become the military and political leader of Israel. Had Jesus wanted, He could have easily impressed the disciples with His resume. Creator, Sustainer, Sovereign Lord, King, and Messiah are a few of the titles Jesus held as God’s Son. Men like Peter, James, and John sat beside Jesus ready to be given positions of authority in His new regime. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Aug 1

6 min

“In God We Trust” is in our pledge of allegiance, our national anthem, and on our money. It's easy to say, easy to sing about, and easy to read. But, it's not always easy to live.What happens when you get a grim medical diagnosis or your boss says your position is being eliminated? What happens when Covid19 numbers are spiking and there is so much uncertainty. Will you still trust God if you come home and discover your spouse has moved out?King David experienced his fair share of anxiety, sorrow, and pain. Just because he loved the Lord doesn't mean his life was easy. David wrote Psalm 56 while fearing for his life, and in Psalm 56:3, he shares the key to overcoming danger and difficulty: "When I am afraid, I put my trust in you [God]."Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 31

5 min

Too often, we take the same attitude to sin that celebrities take to blending in. In our desire to do what we want, to be our own gods, we put our sunglasses on and pretend no one is watching.But deep down, we all know this is foolishness. We can't hide from God, and no amount of disguise stops God from seeing us as we really are (Psalm 53:2-3). Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 30

6 min

"I'm sorry, but...[insert excuse here]."  How many times have you heard an empty apology? "I'm sorry" means nothing unless it comes from a repentant heart.  Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 29

8 min

We all share the need to feel safe. When we don't feel safe, we stop growing. Instead, we put all of our energy into managing fear and protecting ourselves.  Ancient cities protected their citizens by building large surrounding walls, which created a fortress that kept chaos out. The walls’ constant presence in people's lives created a safe atmosphere where communities could thrive.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 28

6 min

You enjoy your home, and the car is nice, but the payments are a burden. Maybe, there is the student loan and some credit card debt added to the mix. You work hard to stay ahead of the obligations, but the interest grows and you feel the weight of the debt hanging over your head like a great stone suspended by a mere thread.It’s easy to feel that way about our sin as well, but unlike these financial obligations, when God saves us, there is no form of repayment required from us.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 27

9 min

Society teaches us to rely on ourselves and find our answers within. We take pride in not needing others and being self-sufficient. And if we're not careful, we can take that same attitude into our relationship with God. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 25

7 min

Has the weight of guilt ever made you sick? It did for King David, the author of Psalm 32.Salvation makes it possible for us to have a relationship with God. But even after we commit to following Jesus, we don't always get it right. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 24

8 min

Have you ever tried to talk to someone who wouldn’t listen, teach someone who didn’t want to learn, or correct someone who preferred doing wrong? Maybe you've been the one who was unwilling to listen, learn, or make a change. Either way, the effect on the relationship was probably the same. It either stagnated or ended because where there is no humility, there can be no intimacy.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 23

7 min

Sometimes life spirals out of control, and no one seems to be there to help. When our earthly support system disappears, it can often feel like God has abandoned us, too. Being in the midst of a storm is hard, and feeling alone in that storm is even harder.In Psalm 22, David voices his frustrations about not feeling God in a moment of need. He also acknowledges that even though he feels abandoned, he isn’t, because God is still God and God is still good.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 22

7 min

Trust makes or breaks relationships. You can’t see it or touch it, but it’s obvious whether or not it exists between two people.Trust will determine the success or failure of all of our relationships — with our friends, spouses, children, and even with God. All of our behaviors and attitudes will be governed by whether or not we trust God’s character.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 21

7 min

The psalmist calls God majestic. Such high praise is reserved for the best. God is impressive, beautiful, dignified, glorious. God is an all-impressive creator, and we are His favorite creation.The same God who created a never-ending kaleidoscope of sunsets, oceans, jungles, and stars set apart sinful humans as His favorites. Psalm 8:5 says He has "crowned [us] with glory and honor," and we did nothing to deserve it.  Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 20

6 min

When we go through rough times in our lives, we often seek advice from friends, family, books, a counselor, or even the media. Sometimes, that advice can go a long way. Other times, it seems to make sense, but we’re left feeling empty.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 19

8 min

How often do you think about praising God outside of church on Sundays? The psalmist encourages us in Psalm 150 to praise God every day and in every part of our lives no matter how good or bad.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 17

5 min

If you found out your company was closing today, what’s the first thing you would do? You might call contacts in your industry, brush up your resume, or start browsing job sites.If you found out a loved one had cancer, where would you go for help? If we’re honest, for most of us, the first response to illness is to Google the diagnosis.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 16

7 min

We all carry burdens. We carry them to work, to the grocery store, to school, and to bed at night. It’s hard to get out from under them. Sometimes, our burdens are a result of past mistakes. Other times, they are out of our control. Things like financial debt, relational strife, unexpected illness, and hurt from our past weigh us down.In most cases, we can’t sweep our burdens under the rug. We might try to forget about them for a while, but they're always there — lingering in the back of our minds preventing us from fully enjoying the moment. What if you didn't have to carry these burdens anymore? What if someone else wanted to carry them for you?Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 15

7 min

Sometimes, we don’t want people to know our faults because we’re afraid they won’t like us. But we don’t have to worry about that with God. He knows all our mistakes, yet He still loves and accepts us (Romans 5:8).Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/yourdailybible)

Jul 14

7 min

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