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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Earthquakes. Raging Fires. Hurricanes, Flooding, Food Shortages, Pandemic diseases. Riots in the Streets. When does it stop Lord?
Journaling. Ugh! This has always been a challenge for me. What about you? I recall all my life being told that journaling was a good practice to get into. You may not believe this but I've always been a gal of few words. I was the one in my family of 8 growing up to … Continue reading Journaling is Good for the Soul
We've been talking about reading the scriptures. Let's take it a step further and study the scriptures. When I was a young adult, I was challenged to start spending more time in the Word. Start with five minutes and increase it as you go. What I found, before long, I was spending an hour or … Continue reading Making the Scriptures Part of Your Life
Are you reading the scriptures? Psalm 119 א Aleph 1 How happy are those whose way is blameless,who walk according to the Lord’s instruction!2 Happy are those who keep his decreesand seek him with all their heart.3 They do nothing wrong;they walk in his ways.4 You have commanded that your preceptsbe diligently kept.5 If only my ways were committedto keeping your statutes!6 Then … Continue reading What Are the Benefits of Reading the Scriptures?
Questions about God image credit free photo Pixabay It is often asked, "Why is God so angry in the Old Testament and so loving in the New Testament?" But if we look closely we will find that God shows a lot of love in the Old Testament. And indeed, we can find His anger in … Continue reading The Difference Between God’s Wrath and Man’s Anger
BLESSED Matthew 5:3-12 When Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount, he launched into the longest sermon ever recorded. At the beginning of that sermon are what we know as The Beatitudes. My husband recently preached a sermon from Matthew 5:3-12, and he stated, The Beatitudes are "holy attitudes for living the Christian life." Rev. Skip … Continue reading Holy Attitudes for Living the Blessed Christian Life
I stood there confused before our two boys as they each wove their own tale about what caused their most recent altercation.
Let's take a quick peek at some of the Bible study methods that are out there.