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- Family and Children
- Focus On The Family
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Focus on the Family Broadcast
Become a champion for your family in the time it takes to enjoy a cup of coffee! Every episode of the Focus on the Family Christian podcast helps you confidently guide your loved ones through the unique challenges faced by today’s Christian families. With over 40 years of trusted, compassionate stories of redemption, hosts Jim Daly and John Fuller connect you to biblically sound marriage and parenting help that is relatable, practical, and interesting. Listen/Learn/Apply/ThriveInChrist!Dr. Greg Smalley and his wife, Erin, describe how a husband and wife can stre...Posted: September 27, 2021, 10:00 am
- Our Daily Bread
Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread
There I am, sitting in the shopping mall food court, my body tense and my stomach knotted over looming work deadlines. As I unwrap my burger and take a bite, people rush around me, fretting over their own tasks. How limited we all are, I think to myself—limited in time, energy, and capacity.
I consider writing a new to-do list and prioritize the urgent tasks, but as I pull out a pen another thought enters my mind: a thought of One who is infinite and unlimited, who effortlessly accomplishes all that He desires.
This God, Isaiah says, can measure the oceans in the hollow of His hand and collect the dust of the earth in a basket (Isaiah 40:12). He names the stars of the heavens and directs their path (v. 26), knows the rulers of the world and oversees their careers (v. 23), considers islands mere specks of dust and the nations like drops in the sea (v. 15). “To whom will you compare me?” He asks (v. 25). “The
Lordis the everlasting God,” Isaiah replies. “He will not grow tired or weary” (v. 28).
Stress and strain are never good for us, but on this day they deliver a powerful lesson. The unlimited God is not like me. He accomplishes everything He wishes. I finish my burger, and then pause once more. And silently worship.Posted: September 27, 2021, 12:00 am
Mon/Wed/Sat 11pmTo support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/110/29 3689 Keith Kaynor (Philosophy, Purposeless, Seeking) Keith’s father taught him right from wrong, but he never explained why things were right. This left Keith to find out for himself. He took psychology and philosophy classes in search of the meaning of life but came up empty-handed. Then he transferred to another college. He went outside the classroom and found the lesson he’d been searching for.a true understanding and belief in Good News of the Gospel.