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By Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth
Podcast by Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth
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Nancy mentions Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy to show you who the true Guardian really is.
Where do you first turn when you need help? Friends or family? Food or drinks? The Internet? Ultimately, none of those things will provide the help you need.
Author and mom Laura Booz speaks with Dannah Gresh about one of God’s good gifts in motherhood: that of kindness.
It’s easy for moms to get bogged down in the daily chores of motherhood. It’s easy for them to miss out on the joy of motherhood.
How can a busy mom spend one-on-one time with the Lord when her attention is dominated by the needs of her family? That’s something Laura Booz tackles.
Next time you see a crisis unfold, realize it could be a chance for God to show His glory.
In difficult times of history, wise people are needed. Daniel was one of those wise people, living as a counselor to several kings.
Nancy will show you how the truth of Daniel 11 will give you perspective when life doesn’t make sense.
If you ever think evil is winning, you need to be encouraged by the reminder that Heaven rules. Nancy points us to that reminder in the book of Daniel.
Nancy shows us how the prophet Daniel prayed, and there are some things we can learn from the way he prayed!
If it ever seems like the events going on in this world are just too much for you to handle, you’re in good company. Daniel felt that way, too.
Let’s not forget Who ultimately determines the outcomes of elections and changes in government. It’s God.
Hear how Daniel trusted that “Heaven rules,” even when he was surrounded by hungry lions.
It’s vital that we ask ourselves, “Where am I taking my cues from? Am I paying more attention to the wisdom of this world, or of God?"
All of us need to adjust our perspective and realize what a great and awesome God we serve.
If your life were on the line, would you worship a false god rather than the true God? That’s a choice three brave Hebrew young men faced.
Thankfully, we serve a King with a kingdom that is not like the kingdoms of this world.
No matter what you’re facing today, you can look at your circumstances from one of two viewpoints.
Here’s a trick question for you. Who is the main character of the Old Testament book of Daniel? Nancy shows us that the Hero is God.
We all understand that God made us. He designed us. But why do we lose sight of that design? Or worse yet, why do we rebel against His design for us?
Blame shifting is almost as old as humanity itself. The very first two people didn’t take the blame for a huge catastrophe. Learn from their mistakes.
The story of Adam and Eve isn’t just a dramatic tale in children’s picture books. The story affects your life every day.
Where do you see yourself on the economic spectrum? Well, if you know the King of kings, He has poured out riches on you. If you know Jesus you’re rich!
When is the last time you were blown away by the wonder of God’s world? Nancy will show you how to recapture that sense of wonder every day.
A powerful, wealthy queen heard of a king even greater than she was. Her search for this king is a picture of the way we could seek after wisdom.
Find out how the Lord used the body of Christ to hold Monica up in her lowest point.
So if we want to live out your design as a true man or woman of God, where do stereotypes stop and core masculinity or femininity start?
Do you know one thing God did to show off His glory and the beauty of the gospel? He created us male and female.
Men can’t offer an accurate picture of God on their own. Women can’t either. Discover why it takes both male and female to provide a full picture of God.
Is your gender something arbitrary that you can choose at will? Is there something deeper going on when men embrace being men and women embrace being women?
Evil actions and words affect our nation. They also affect our homes and relationships. Nancy helps you respond to evil in a way that brings glory to God.
Rather than copy antics of evil people or grow discouraged, we need to look at the big picture.
When you have to wait, it can be unsettling. Life is on hold until some big thing in life changes. Find encouragement and hope during your times of waiting.
You can now access news programming twenty-four hours a day. But just because you can, that doesn’t mean you should.
In Psalms we read "do not fret." If the psalmist knew about the credit crunch and subprime mortgages, would he have given us an exception?
Have you been asked, “What do you want your life to look like in 10 years?” Bob Lepine asks Nancy this. Her answer will inspire you to think about your life.
If you’ve ever had to go against the flow and stand up for what you know to be right, you know it can actually be really hard!
The way you respond to constructive criticism says more about you than what you say you believe.
If you’ve ever faced a seemingly impossible task, you probably know what it means to depend on God’s strength on a minute-by-minute basis.
Was it hard for Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth to trust God with her singleness for more than five decades?
When people get older, they often resist new ways of doing things. How can you keep from developing that kind of resistance?
Nancy says a mom can lead her children and keep her cool.
Do you hate sin? When you are grieved over your own sin, it’s evidence that you truly know God.
Some behaviors, such as drug addiction, are not just sinful; they’re also taboo in the church. But it’s easy to get away with other types of sin.
When you let a weed go, it will eventually conquer the garden. In the same way, when you let discontentment grow in your heart.
Do circumstances or emotions ever make it hard for you to open your mouth and sing? Gain some perspective on singing joyfully.
Why do you sing in church? Out of habit or obligation? Nancy wonders what singing would be like if everyone were singing with their whole heart.
When you praise God and sing, the spotlight needs to be on God, not on you. But people do watch your example in worship.
A lot of legends grew up about Miriam, the sister of Moses. Nancy sorts out the legend from Scripture.
After crossing the Red Sea, the children of Israel witnessed the destruction of their enemies. Then they sang, worshiping God.