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Finding Hope in Lamentations

Lamentations is one of the heaviest books of the Bible. A collection of funeral dirges, this is not a section of Scripture known for its uplifting message. However, on this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil Tuttle takes us to Lamentations 3 to see that even in the midst of despair and judgement, we still find hope in the love, mercy, and faithfulness of God.

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How Does the Old Testament End?

As we’re finishing up the Old Testament in our Daily Walking Reading Plan, Michael Gunnin explains how the first 39 books of the Bible come to a close. In some ways, it might not be as uplifting as we may have wanted. However, Michael explains how the end of the Old Testament sets up the hope of the New Testament—and the coming of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

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Faithful and Forgiving

Do you ever feel distant from God, like there's sin you can't overcome, like everything you once relied on for comfort and security is suddenly gone? In this week's WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin takes us through Micah 7 to remind us that our God is always faithful and always forgiving. No matter our life circumstances, we can rest in Him.

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Slow to Anger, Abounding in Love

On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin takes us through Joel, a prophetic book lamenting over plagues of locusts and the sins of Israel. However, Michael also explores the other side of this book—an assurance that God is gracious, compassionate, slow to anger, and abounding in love.

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