Jesus called the disciples salt of the earth because they were as important to the Gospel as salt was to the society. Have you ever eaten a French fry without salt? Just a little salt makes a world of difference!
Celebrating the Promises of God is key to a happy life.
We seldom find ourselves reading in the book of Leviticus. The little we know sometimes strikes fear in us. Why did God set all these feasts up in the first place? It really seems a bit overbearing, don't you think? Let's look at the Feast of Firstfruits
oh, what a disappointment to have a hole in the middle of the picture, leaving it incomplete! We framed the picture anyway,
The Holy Spirit is like earnest money. His indwelling in a believer is the proof of God’s guarantee that He will follow through with His promise and bring us home to dwell with Him forever in Heaven. This is our confident hope!
2020 has been one of those years with so much trouble on every side. I pray that God has opened your eyes to a clearer vision of His ways and plans
Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 3:9-13 "Now may our God and Father Himself and our Lord Jesus clear the way for us to come to you." God's Preposterous Promise Devotional Series for Christmas On Our Way Back to God When I was single, I longed for days when we could all be together again. I grew up with … Continue reading On Our Way Back to God
Mankind has grappled with the definition of truth throughout the ages. Hours before His death, Pilate posed this question to Jesus. But Pilate’s query was rhetorical, meant to dismiss the subject. He was only interested in the truth of Rome, Caesar, and political power
True Repentance Makes us Ready to Meet the Lord. We see the day coming but we are no more ready to face the King of Kings and the Lords of Lords than they were in Joel's day. We sit in our padded pews and "mourn" the sinfulness of our nation but ignore the subtle sins … Continue reading True Repentance What Does it Look Like?
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