Kindness is at the heart of the story about the miraculous feeding of the five thousand. Four characters are mentioned in the gospel of John, and each of them divulges a kindness principle.
I’m thankful that Hallelujah is a command to praise Yahweh. When I do so, He is blessed, and I can better see how very abundantly I am blessed, and that everything God commands me to do is for my good, especially praising the Maker of all good things.
A brief devotional based on the seven last words of Jesus on the cross.
I am is the highest authority on me, I am breathing and I am conscious of it as a reality. What is life without breath? The pandemic suggests to me that breath is in danger and that the only remedy for breath is repentance to the Creator who created it. Opening this application only breath can do.
God has all might, all power, all strength, to be and do all we need, and beyond that, even the things we don’t need but we desire. He holds in His powerful hands all sufficiency, the fullness of everything, for every human, animal, plant, all living things.
Those who adhere to the teachings of the Bible will find that scripture does not promote communion in organized settings. When you know the word for yourself no man can hinder your walk with Christ.
A steward is one who acts in a place of power for another such as a king, and can use some of the king’s rights and privileges in his absence. But it is temporary. I think that I own and possess material objects and people and my time and abilities. But I am merely a steward holding a place...
Mark the Evangelist was more than just a follower. In many respects, he was a pioneer and trailblazer. He saw the advantages of a foundation that was centuries in the making and used it well. His leadership from North Africa took Christianity around the world.
"But where unto shall I liken this generation? It is like unto children sitting in the markets, calling unto their fellows" - Matt. 11:16
How the Christian mind was shaped in the first five hundred years is of utmost importance. It gives us a reliable precedent dating directly back to the writers of the Bible, and to those who carried this life-changing message to the rest of the world.
Jesus, in Matthew 5:33-37 from His Sermon on the Mount, is correcting the religious leaders and their view on oaths. In this section He is teaching that His followers should all be people of their word who say what they mean and mean what they say. Christians should be known for keeping their word.
This phrase comes from a song by James Cleveland and is not in scripture.
A short article on the need to have a level of discernment when it comes to we listening to those who teach the Word of God. Not all who teach God’s Word teach the whole truth and nothing but the truth.