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Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - When Our Towers Came Crashing Down - #3874
Even without the disturbing events in the news, we all know the feeling of having things we had counted on suddenly gone - a person we love, our job, the collapse of a marriage, a bad report from the doctor. In times like these, we're hungry for something we can anchor to -- for something to sustain us when the bad news is more than we can bear -- for something that will make us feel really safe.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Walking the Dark Hills - #3964
That's the kind of anchor relationship with God that will sustain you no matter what you lose - no matter what hits you. He will walk with you through even the darkest stretch of all - the final mile called death. And whatever is bigger than you are, God is bigger than it is.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Prince Caspian - The High Cost of Being Afraid - #8014
That's how sometimes I have missed what God had for me and maybe how you have; I've listened to my fears. You focus on what you have to lose or who you have to lose; on all the "mights" and all the "coulds" and all the "what ifs."

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Human Volcanoes - #5435
It's tough living with a volcano that could go off any minute. Maybe that's how the people around you feel. When the stress and pressure and aggravation build up, too many of us become a human volcano - blowing up and doing some serious damage, especially to people we love. Like a volcano, the eruption is over fairly quickly, but the damage it does can last a lifetime.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Handling the Overwhelming - #5438
God will win this one with you and for you, but not in one great victory. Jeremy won't be able to get his education cared for in one day, or in one week. It's going to be little by little. And that's God's plan for you to handle the overwhelming - little by little.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - God's Opening Line - #5463
When God has something to say to us, He often seems to begin by addressing our fear. Why? Because fear often keeps us from hearing or responding to what God wants us to hear.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Smaller Than it Looks - #5529
The issue isn't how big the problem is compared to you. It's how big the problem is compared to your God! The only thing that should ever overwhelm a child of God is the awesomeness of their Lord.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Largest Single Living Thing - #5550
You see unity is the natural state of people in whom Christ lives. Christians working together, staying together is not something to be achieved, that's the way Jesus set it up. It's something to be preserved. And you'd better believe the enemy of Jesus is doing everything he can to put walls and hard feelings and categories and egos between us. Why? Well, first because it breaks the heart of our Savior when those He loves don't love each other

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Give Your Trash a Second Chance - #5562
You see, there is an invisible hand working on your behalf, making a way for you that you could never imagine when you're sitting on your garbage. There's a Shepherd who is looking out for you, meeting your needs. There is a God who's like the Rock that never moves. When everything else in your life is up for grabs, like Joseph, you can remain steady - depending on who has your garbage.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Seagull Syndrome - #5569
Envy. Not a sin you probably think of immediately as being that bad, huh? But in a sense it was envy that killed our Savior. It was essentially envy that caused Cain to kill his brother Abel, because Abel got a better response from God than he did. It was envy that made King Saul try to impale young David with a javelin. Envy is no harmless little sin, it's ugly, it's destructive, it leads to hurt, it leads to hate, but it's almost never identified, never condemned.