Monthly Archives: February 2019

Unrighteous Motives

Unoffered prayers.  Unconfessed sin.  Unbelieving minds.  According to David Jeremiah, these are three possible reasons we don’t receive answers to our prayers. Today, we’ll look at the problem of unrighteous motives. Again we’ll turn to the book of James for … Continue reading

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Double-Minded Prayers

To this point we’ve considered a couple of reasons Dr. David Jeremiah gave for why our prayers don’t get answered – unoffered prayers, and unconfessed sin.  Today, we’ll address the possibility of unbelieving minds. James, the half-brother of Jesus, provides … Continue reading

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Cherished Sin, Unanswered Prayer

Last time we looked at one reason Dr. David Jeremiah had suggested that our prayers go unanswered – namely, many times prayers go unoffered.  Today, we’ll look at another possible reason our prayers may remain unanswered.  The psalmist tells us: … Continue reading

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Unanswered or Unoffered?

Not long ago, I was forced to miss church due to illness.  I love being in God’s house on God’s day; but nobody there wanted the bug that was crawling around in my lungs and my sinuses – so I … Continue reading

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Never Forsaken

Keep seeking God. You can trust Him; and He has never forsaken you!   (To receive free daily devotions via email, sign up at: https://theteachableheart.com/classrooms-%26-devotions. For more information about the ministry, or to order the devotional books, visit: https://theteachableheart.com/books.)

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Be Brave

From the looks of it, nearly each of the 18,972 seats was filled.  On stage were many of Christian music’s biggest names.  The Winter Jam concert is a 5- to 7-hour ordeal, and for the first time, Amanda wanted to … Continue reading

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The Psalm and the Shepherd

In his book, The Good Shepherd, Alan Carr tells a true story of two men who were asked to recite the 23rd Psalm in front of a large class. One was a published speaker, trained in drama and professional speech techniques. He … Continue reading

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