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Children of the Day: The Coming of the Lord

Here is a video clip and excerpt from Session 7 of the Children of the Day Bible study with Beth Moore.

Video clip from Session 7 of the Children of the Day Bible study. Beth Moore shares from 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17.


The human need to be significant and noticeable is insatiable. Social networking has exponentially increased our connections to people — that's one of the things we love about it — but it simultaneously offers multiple stages for performing actors.

The compulsion to be compelling in our culture is overwhelming and almost irresistible. It invites the inner charlatan in all of us to come out and play. Our exposure to more people will always invite our exposure to more imposters. Scripture promises us that in the last times, "evil people and impostors will become worse, deceiving and being deceived" (2 Tim. 3:13).

Let's zealously ask God to grant us spiritual discernment and protection from both deception and cynicism. Above all, let's ask Him to make us true — to slay the charlatan in us and to convict us to the core when we lead people to believe lies about ourselves. If we don’t get our inherent need to be significant met by Jesus, we will shape a deceptive persona from the malleable clay of our vain imaginations.

Jesus provides everything we need spiritually and psychologically to be in Him. Only in Christ can the extraordinary woman He foresaw in each of us emerge from her hiding.


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Moore, Beth
Best-selling book and Bible study author Beth Moore is a dynamic teacher whose conferences take her across the globe. She is a dedicated wife, and mother of two adult daughters and three delightful grandchildren. Beth lives in Houston, Texas, where she leads Living Proof Ministries with the purpose of encouraging and teaching women to know and love Jesus through the study of Scripture.