Randy Alcorn is supporting his wife, Nanci, through her season of cancer. God is supporting them both. He writes about the experience of God using the very situations that nobody wants as the circumstances in which faith and Christlikeness grows: If asked, “Do you want to be closer to Jesus, and more like him?” we …

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Randy Alcorn writes about seven biblical truths that should “raise our expectations of happiness.” Here’s the first: 1. God’s Immeasurable Love for Us In Ephesians, Paul prays that the recipients of his letter may “have strength to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth, and to know …

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Randy Alcorn wonders why Christians seem so unhappy, and offers thoughts on why this should not be so. There seem to be a lot of outraged Christians around, and they seem to be outraged in mirror to the culture of outrage that permeates public discourse. …I see too many long-faced Christians who seem continuously angry, …

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Randy Alcorn provides a helpful perspective on why resurrection life makes the notion of a bucket list redundant. Here’s the beginning: The term “bucket list” was popularized by the 2007 movie of that name. It’s an inventory of things people want to do before they “kick the bucket.” The idea is, since our time on …

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