If I were to offer any advice during this time of social distancing it would be this. Use this time to read the Bible. Y’all! There’s a wealth of truth and wisdom from the Lord inside those pages. Let them be a healing balm to your worried soul. Let them guide your decisions so that fear doesn’t lead you, but His peace sustains you.
We busily go through our lives, often thinking many kind thoughts and feeling loving, appreciative sentiments for our loved ones, but not stopping to put words and voice to them…nourishing the soul of ones we love.
Such love. That was what brought me to tears. Such peace at having my Heavenly Father direct my steps. That’s what had caused my emotional outpouring.
As fear of the coronavirus pandemic grips the hearts and minds of many around the world some can’t help but ask “Is this the end of the world?” How should the believer respond to this issue? What does it mean prophetically and how can we use this as an opportunity to share the hope that we have in Christ?
Gold, the precious metal that can make fortunes or destroy lives, is also a metaphor for “priceless.” When we esteem something of the highest value, we call it “golden.” Strangely enough, a paraphrase of the words of Jesus from the Sermon on the Mount has been dubbed, ”The Golden Rule.” We often quote it this […]
What happens next in the unfolding drama of the crucifixion of our Lord is incomprehensible! It’s an abandonment so profoundly mysterious that it boggles the mind…but ravishes the believing heart!
In disorienting times, we need our Heavenly anchor. In a world that’s in disarray, we need a courageous church!
Jesus warns us against being a judgmental person, one who has a critical spirit. The critical spirit is rooted in shame, in deep feelings of personal inadequacy. We all know someone like this.
She lifts her hands Extended, palms open-Completely letting go
From the moment He created Adam, down through the centuries to this very moment, God pursues an intimate relationship with us—more specifically, you and me.
When our hope is in outcomes in this world, rather than in the Author of this world, our hope is fragile.
We should never be caught wasting our energy. Worry is a power drain that diverts our human and spiritual resources.
Each of us is on the earth to worship God. To walk with Jesus on the Path of Life is to live the worship-filled life.
We all go our own way — wandering off and needing God’s rescue. And we’re all faced with a choice (as these two criminals were), God’s salvation or our own. Yes, even as believers, “saved ones.”
According to statistics, eighty-eight percent of children raised in an evangelical Christian home will leave the church by the age of eighteen.
I couldn’t help but think how often we complicate the Gospel; tangling up in theological differences or wringing our hands over cultural application.
Head coverings were and still are an outward symbol for women to wear to show that they respect this order, while also showing that they are in submission to God’s plan.
The key is to follow God into pouring into the buckets He is calling you to fill in this season.
Do not allow yourself to get entangled in the “what if” scenarios of your life.
Capital punishment for crimes laid out in places like Leviticus 20 would have already been in practice, and Genesis 9 is mirroring that practice.
So by entrusting His mother to His beloved disciple and friend, Jesus was “creating a new family based not on kinship to one another [blood relationship] but solely through their relationship to him.”
Mental purity is protecting your mind against impure thoughts, and in today’s world, it’s difficult.
Growing up, I could always tell when someone had a secret. It was usually made very obvious. Hands covering mouths and voices in a hushed tone.
Stop spreading rumors, and stop believing them. Don’t put your faith in your news channel of choice, and instead listen to healthcare professionals who have been warning you about the flu for decades.