Using God's name in vain is more than using it in a cursing manner. Check out this article to understand the authenticity of God and His names along with the power and respect they attribute to His deity.
God knows how much we love Him and He will use us accordingly. We do not fix ourselves for Him, but instead He fixes us for our purpose based on what is in our heart.
Have you noticed a pattern of numbers revealed through scripture pertaining to significant events, people, or doctrine? If you would like further insight, here are the bible's interpretations for the numbers 1 through 10 and their relevance to life.
1 John 4:8 - "Beloved, let us love one another . . . he who does not love does not know God, for God is love."
God has a plan for you, and if you want to live in accordance with His will this is the first thing you must do.
The Bible teaches us to love our enemies. So, what happens when we love our enemies and what happens when we don't love our enemies?
It has been well established that it is by living for God and serving Him faithfully we can be strengthened to finish strong. Many things do fail any man who depends on the arms of flesh, but the Lord gives supernatural strength to those who desire Him like Moses, Elijah and Jesus Christ.
Abraham never went to Egypt, for he was ordered not to (Gen.26:1-3). If we read Gen.12 and Gen.20 there are two parallel stories that mesh. The only difference is the usage of the Egyptian ruler versus the Palestinian ruler. In truth they are one in the same. A sequential reading commences.
The numbers 11 through 20 all have significance in God's plan as seen through the scriptures. Check out this article to see how and where these numbers fit in as well as what God is seeking to reveal to us.
As Christians, angels are continually watching over us and helping us. Though they can at times be overlooked, they play an integral part in God's plan. Here before you are three ways angels help us in our walk through life.
All four gospels record the resurrection of Jesus. There are many lessons to be learned from that most sacred act.
There are five good reasons to stop telling ourselves and other victims of suffering that God will never give us more than we can bear. Our well-intentioned message could be faulty and damaging.