Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Wednesday, November 6, 2019, 19:11

We live in a society that places great demands on our time. With full time jobs to work, houses to maintain, and a family to care for, it can become very difficult to keep all of the balls in the air. Many people begin to feel overwhelmed, struggling with the feeling that they just can’t handle it all.

 

When our strength is running low and rest just doesn’t seem enough to keep us on our feet, the Lord provides us with the blessed hope that He will sustain us.

 

Isaiah 40:31 says:

 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.”

 

Waiting on the Lord is a concept we find very difficult. When we feel at the end of our rope, we want deliverance now, and when faced with being patient on God’s timing, we often become frustrated and begin to doubt the sincerity of God’s promises. However, God’s provision comes in His time.

 

But waiting on the Lord is far more than putting in time with the hope of a desired outcome. To wait on the Lord is to trust our Heavenly Father’s Word with the fervent expectation that when He has accomplished His purpose in our lives that He will renew our strength. The hope of this renewing carries with it many blessings which far outweigh the frustration of waiting.


Throughout the Bible, we see the image repeated of “eagles’ wings.” This reference is often symbolic in nature, referring to God’s deliverance of Israel from bondage in Egypt in Exodus 19. In Isaiah 40:31, wings like eagles is indicative of a correlation between this majestic, powerful bird and the faithfulness of God’s people. For those who place their hope and trust in God, there is a blessed and expected end.

 

The term “mount up” is taken from the Hebrew word “alah” which translates to “to go up, to ascend, to go up over a boundary.” This important choice of words communicates that the strength that God provides is sufficient to face any obstacle which stands in our way. Isaiah makes use of the same language from Exodus 19:1-6 as a powerful reminder to the children of Israel that God delivered them in the past, and He will be faithful to provide that same deliverance again.



As followers of Christ today, this precious verse is still applicable to our lives. If we choose to believe in God’s promises and wait on His timing, He will provide the renewing we need to face the challenges that lie ahead of us. This refreshing comes in far greater reserves than we could have expected and is well worth the wait since it prepares us to face the future. We don’t have to struggle when God has provided the opportunity for us to soar.  Waiting on God’s perfect timing is the path that leads to His richest reward.

 

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the challenges that lie ahead of you, you can find encouragement in the knowledge that trusting in God’s process will ultimately yield the strength that you need. Hope and help can be found through the prayers of God’s people who offer the assurance of God’s faithfulness to fulfill His Word. Though there are struggles, God also promises to bring deliverance through His renewing. In the mean time, the fellowship of God’s people is a balm to the heart of the hurting.

 

Are you tired of trying to carry the weight of your problems on your own? Are you in need of God’s renewing power? Contact Anchor of Hope ministry at (306) 940-9554 to learn more about how a relationship with our Lord can provide the renewal you are searching for in your life. We welcome the opportunity to be a help to you.


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Missionaries Ministering to the Imprisoned of Canada

The Crossman Family are missionaries serving under Prince Albert Baptist Church through Baptist Missions to Forgotten Peoples. We serve the incarcerated or addicted individuals in Saskatchewan. We also seek to help and encourage churches across Canada to become trained and active in prison and addictions ministries.

Following By Faith - An Expanding Ministry

In the past few years, God has blessed as we have served Jesus here in Prince Albert. Now, we find that God is opening other doors of opportunity to help individuals and churches in other towns and cities. Please pray for us as we  use Prince Albert as a home base and be of assistance in other areas as well.

Good News to All People!

God loves the whole world! No matter what nation or ethinc group you're from, God loves you and we want to be a help to you. Look at these Bible verses that talk about what all humanity has in common.

Acts 17:26 And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;

Luke 2:10b Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.

Psalm 107:3-7 3 And (God) gathered them out of the lands, from the east, and from the west, from the north, and from the south. They wandered in the wilderness in a solitary way; they found no city to dwell in. Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted in them. Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he delivered them out of their distresses. And he led them forth by the right way,

Struggling with stubborn habits or addictions? 

Three ways to connect and get help.




Connect with the Anchor of Hope Team

We love helping people like you find help, healing, and victory over addictions and stubborn habits through a relationship with God.


Connect with Prince Albert Baptist Church

The people and pastor of Prince Albert Baptist Church are dedicated to helping people live a free and abundant life through Jesus Christ.


Connect with the Reformers Unanimous Team

Reformers Unanimous was started to support people who struggle with stubborn habits and addictions. Their materials are used successfully worldwide.

2 Timothy 2:24-26 And the servant of the Lord must not strive; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient, In meekness instructing those that oppose themselves; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth; And that they may recover themselves out of the snare of the devil, who are taken captive by him at his will.








A Walk of Hope, Help, and Recovery Starts Here

Devotions

Ps 119:105 says Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. From time to time I do morning devotions in facility seeking to encourage the men to walk with the Lord. I also seek to encourage each day those on the outside with precious jewels from his Word.

Chapel/Bible Study

Col 1:28 Whom we preach, warning every man, and teaching every man in all wisdom; that we may present every man perfect in Christ. We do Bible studies every week seeking to present a God who wants to walk with us and change us to His glory. Chapels are like a mini church service with hymns and preaching bringing spiritual insight to all who come to seek the Lord. Over the years, we have noted that many are attracted to Gospel music as it soothes their troubled heart and speaks to their soul.

Faith-Based Anger Management Classes

Cease from anger and forsake wrath: fret not thyself in any wise to do evil. (Psalm 37:8) We live in an angry world. The Bible has much to say about anger. My wife and I were trained in Anger Management by Almond Tree Ministries. Dr. S M Davis' website and Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries also have excellent resources. Contact our ministry, our church, Dr S M Davis' website, or Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries for help.


Faith-Based Addictions Classes

We use Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries materials designed for institutional use.  We have used them in four facilities in Ontario and Saskatchewan.  We praise the Lord for Him working in men and women's lives.  We also use Rock of Ages Prison Ministry courses as there is a demand for them.  We have also taught the Reformers Unanimous Recovery material on First Nations Reserves as God has opened doors.

Training in Prison and Addiction Ministry

We have done conferences on Prison Ministry and Addictions all across Canada in the past.  Our church, Prince Albert Baptist Church, has allowed us to help train prachers, their wives, and a First Nations Chief in prison and faith based recovery ministry.  While here in Prince Albert, God has allowed us to train folks from Saskatchewan, Nunavut, and Manitoba.  

Indigenous People Outreach - First Nations and Metis

We are blessed to love and minister to First Nations and Metis people from over 70 different reserves in Northern and central Saskatchewan. God has allowed us to take HIs message to reserves in four provinces.

Ephesians 3:20 says Now unto Him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us. 

God in Heaven desires to enable us to recover from the hold of bad habits or choices we make.  

John 8:36 says If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.  

The battle is in the mind.  You need help to recover.  God's help and wisdom is needed first.  You need to deal with the root cause of the bondage.  

Be aware that some addictions may require a family doctor, such as addiction to prescription medication.  Withdrawal from some drug or alcohol addiction requires that you or your friend enter an addiction treatment facility.  Our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry could be a help. The Bible that gives a glimpse of God's perspective on the different forms of bondage this world faces.  

Mental Stresses

Turn to the Lord. Casting all your care (burdens) upon Him, for He careth for you. (I Peter 5:7) 
It helps to talk. If we can assist you, please contact our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry.

Emotional Stresses

Feeling overwhelmed? Hear my cry, O God: attend unto my prayer. From the end of the earth will I cry unto Thee, when my heart is overwhelmed: lead me to the rock that is higher than I. (Psalm 102:1-2)
If you need help, please contact our our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry.

Family Stresses

God has a plan in His Word for the family and for couples.  The Christian family is under attack fromt he devil and the world.  Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice:  And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you (Ephesians 4:31-32).  Please contact S M Davis (www.drsmdavis.com), our church or our ministry if we are able to help.  

Peer Pressure

Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good. (Romans 12:21) 
A good Bible preaching church and be your best support group, positive peer pressure, and spiritual hospital. 
If you need help, please contact our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry.

Alcohol & Narcotics

Ephesians 5:16 says Be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess, but be filled with the Spirit.  

God's desire is that you and I be controlled by His Spirit, not alcohol or drugs.  Over 75 verses in the Bible give God's perspective on drinking and its effects.  Pretty compelling evidence from God's Word.  His desire is for us not to be controlled by drugs or alcohol.  God wants to heal our hurts.  



Pornography / Sex

Galatians 5:16 says This I say then, walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh. 
 
God has a wonderful plan for marriage and the family.  It is found in His Word.  The devil and our flesh seek to destroy that plan.  God desires to set us free from the bondage that following the flesh brings, and with His help,  to walk in liberty.  Thank God for forgiveness of sin through Christ's precious blood.  If our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry can help you, let us know.  

Food

Philippians 3:19 Whose end is destruction, whose god is their belly, whose glory is their shame, who mind earthly things.  

Wrong appetites can cause health problems and even death.  God's greatest concern is our inner beauty and walk with Him.  A good doctor may be needed or a nutritionist.  If our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry could help, please contact us.


Anger

Psalm 37:8 says Cease from anger, and forsake wrath; fret not thyself in any way to do evil.  

We live in an angry world.  Some people try to control life around them with anger.  There are more verses on anger in the Bible about God than man.  God is angry at sin.  God's anger is always right; always controlled.  Two things many people struggle with are forgiveness and how to respond to the anger of others.  Drugs and alcohol magnify the effects of anger in lives.  Contact our church,  Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry.  Dr S M Davis has good DVDs that could help also.  


Internet / Gaming

I Corinthians 10:5 says Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God and bringing captive every thought into the obedience of Christ.  

Computers, games, the internet, cell phones, and many other things can be addictive and control our lives.  They can be wonderful tools, but we have to control them.  We need to strive to maintain a Godly balance.  If our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry can help, let us know.




Work

Ex 20:9 Six days shalt thou labour and do all thy work. 

God set an example to show that we should work six days but have time for family and church. Workaholism is a very real problem in our world today.  While we need to work to provide for our families, it is critical that we keep our priorities straight.  It is God and the family that should be placed at the top of our list not accumulating money, possessions, or even career advancement.  God wants to deliver people from the painful addiction of workaholism.  If our church, Reformers Unanimous Recovery Ministries, or our ministry can help you, please feel free to contact us.  

Anonymous

My mother taught me about the Lord since I was a child. I grew up knowing about God, but not really knowing God personally...

R.S.

I try to encourage people on the outside facing challenges.  Most times, you send the right verses that help us in the moments of our troubles!

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