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This week in Pulse we will be looking at the grim realities that define the world we live in. Culture is growing dark. Tensions are high. Battle lines are being drawn and crossed. Natural disasters heap crazy on top of a world that is going crazy.


This Wednesday, we will be tackling that question. IS THIS THE END?

But here, on the Pulse Best Summer Ever Reading Plan, we wanted to give you access to some resources for all of those daily battles and issues you face. So, by clicking the buttons below, you can be redirected to a page with lots of Bible truth that apply to the subject you select.

A few tips, first:
1) Realize that the verses that are listed under a specific topic approach that topic from different perspectives. Not every verse on a list will apply or make sense to you, some of them are cultural to a time long ago, most of the principles still apply.

2) Realize that when you read one or two verses, you might be reading something you want to hear “into” what God is really saying. If you like what a verse is saying, take it as an encouragement but go ahead and dig a little deeper by typing the book and chapter into your search engine and reading the context of the verse. Context is often important to get the full picture.

3) Remember, communication is a two-way street. God speaks to us through His Bible. We speak to Him through prayer. We can hear more from God if we are consistent in allowing Him to hear from us.

4) You may not want to dive into these topics now; but the website these links point to is full of other topics too. Go ahead and save this post into your favorites so you can always have it available to you.


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Adam Thacker

Adam is passionate about loving and pursuing Jesus, his wife Brandy, and impactful opportunities. From the fall of 2014 to the summer of 2016, Adam & Brandy led the student ministry at Relevant Church, as they learned and prepared to plant a church in their home city of Roanoke, Virginia, in 2017. Adam and Brandy have one son. They also love their dog, Jersey, craft coffee, and creative traveling.

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