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  • PSALM 91 is one of trust and confidence in God. Some people say Psalm 91 is the Christian’s Emergency Psalm for the Christians who trust God exclusively.

    Psalm 91: The Christian Emergency Psalm

    Psalm 91: The Christian Emergency Psalm

    by Margaret Minnicks11

  • Scriptures to help you have a good day every day, even when it seems like nothing is going your way!

    Expect a Good Day Every Day

    Expect a Good Day Every Day

    by Monica Lynne Foster2

  • Consumers have a credit report that shows their financial status. People also have an unwritten spiritual credit report that shows how a person is doing spiritually.

    Your Spiritual Credit Report

    Your Spiritual Credit Report

    by Margaret Minnicks4

  • Philippians is written by Paul around A.D. 61, during his imprisonment in Rome. It is said to be the happiest part of the Bible, yet it is made in prison. What does Philippians tells us? What can we learn from it especially in times of crisis? What is the message that we can study from it?

    What Philippians Tells Us in Time of Crisis (Reflections on Bible Verses)

    What Philippians Tells Us in Time of Crisis (Reflections on Bible Verses)

    by Krishna4

  • RIP or R.I.P. is the acronym for the Latin expression "Requiescat in Pace " that means "Rest in Peace." Some people have made up other meanings for RIP.

    What RIP Really Means

    What RIP Really Means

    by Margaret Minnicks1

  • In this article, the authority of Abinadi is discussed. The life of Abinadi is virtually unknown until his public ministry. He appears on the public scene, preaches his message, and suffers his fate with the same determination as would his coming Messiah Jesus Christ.

    Abinadi: Shadow of Things to Come

    Abinadi: Shadow of Things to Come

    by Rodric Anthony0

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  • Don't be afraid to embark on the road to change. Pray for obedience to embrace change however, whenever God arranges it. Consider that the path to godly success may lead us back to our starting point.

    Returning Home for the Change We Need

    Returning Home for the Change We Need

    by Dora Weithers8

  • You should know better than putting your worth in the clothes you wear, the grades you get, number of friends and followers you have, riches you possess or the person you date. You weren't called to compare. Your purpose isn't earthly.

    Your Worth Is Not Found in Things or People

    Your Worth Is Not Found in Things or People

    by Diksha Shakya2

  • This article is a reflection on a Bible passage found in 1 Samuel 26. The Principle of Delayed Gratification is explained briefly. The article relates how challenges can complement success in life and how choices reveal a person's character and perspective about success.

    Take No Shortcuts to Success: A Reflection on 1 Samuel 26

    Take No Shortcuts to Success: A Reflection on 1 Samuel 26

    by Red Fernan2

  • Do we long for our heavenly home? Why then do we frighten each other with so many WhatsApp texts highlighting distress and disasters? Why not send messages confirming our joy and inviting others to get ready?

    Sundown Devotional: Going Home Ready and Glad

    Sundown Devotional: Going Home Ready and Glad

    by Dora Weithers42

  • The betrayal of Judas, a trusted disciple, led to the capture, crucifixion, and death of Jesus. Many have wondered if Judas had a choice in the matter, or if predestination caused him to commit the betrayal that would forever change humanity.

    Did Judas Have a Choice?

    Did Judas Have a Choice?

    by Robert Odell Jr4

  • Ecclesiastes is a book from the Old Testament. King Solomon is named as the author according to Jewish tradition. Here are some notable Bible verses from the Ecclesiastes and the lessons that we can learn from it. These are reflections on the teachings of the Teacher as he shared his wisdom.

    What We Learned From Ecclesiastes (Reflections on Bible Verses)

    What We Learned From Ecclesiastes (Reflections on Bible Verses)

    by Krishna2

  • If you don't know how you should respond to God, read Hebrews 10. That one chapter gives you specific instructions on how you should respond to God based on what Jesus did on the cross.

    How We Should Respond to God

    How We Should Respond to God

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • This a Christian article about controlling the tongue and using our speech to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.

    Be Strong Like A Diamond

    Be Strong Like A Diamond

    by Ezria Copper0

  • Have you ever wondered why some verses in different Bible versions read so differently? Which versions are the most accurate? Does it matter which version I read? Here are the anwers to these questions.

    4 Tips for Buying an Accurate Bible

    4 Tips for Buying an Accurate Bible

    by Doneta Wrate1

  • We do not know her name. All we know is that she was a captured Israelite, serving as a maid. Yet, even as we wonder about her identity, we see her great influence over those with outstanding identity.

    Sundown Devotional: Serving God With Our Influence

    Sundown Devotional: Serving God With Our Influence

    by Dora Weithers45

  • Daniels life is a tapestry of great lessons. God used him as a light to those around him. Through him, they witnessed something of the glory of God, kings even converted by the experience.

    The Story Of Daniel

    The Story Of Daniel

    by Richard Parr15

  • God's discipline demonstrates His love, His concern and His mercy. It's His way of telling us that He can reach us wherever we are to teach us what we need to learn. It's His offer of a second chance.

    Sundown Devotional: Discipline We Can Love

    Sundown Devotional: Discipline We Can Love

    by Dora Weithers60

  • Many interesting things are overlooked in the short Book of Ruth. When those things are brought to your attention, you might also want to have "the spirit of Ruth."

    Lord, Give Me the Spirit of Ruth

    Lord, Give Me the Spirit of Ruth

    by Margaret Minnicks6

  • There are a few times a year when church attendance with family or relatives prompts thoughts of joining or returning to regular worship. Ten practical reasons for joining a church are suggested.

    Ten Practical Reasons to Join a Faith Community

    Ten Practical Reasons to Join a Faith Community

    by Janis Leslie Evans90

  • Before we assume that we would rather not deal with enemies, be assured that there is a place for enemies in our lives. See why praying for them can enhance our character.

    Personal Benefits of Praying for Our Enemies

    Personal Benefits of Praying for Our Enemies

    by Dora Weithers95

  • Many people are familiar with the scripture that "to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord." While it might be confusing to some, there is a simple explanation of what Paul meant.

    What It Means To Be Absent From the Body

    What It Means To Be Absent From the Body

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • The testimony is personal.It doesn’t begin with “Some people” or "We have to.” It is a simple declaration of faith (evidence) which encourages both the speaker and the listener to thrive.What's yours?

    Sundown Devotional: Thriving on Testimonies

    Sundown Devotional: Thriving on Testimonies

    by Dora Weithers34

  • No situation takes Him by surprise. No territory is unfamiliar to Him. No hostile attack can overpower Him. Can you think of anyone, instead of the Omnipotent God, whom you prefer to hold your hand?

    Sundown Devotional: Who's Holding Your Hand?

    Sundown Devotional: Who's Holding Your Hand?

    by Dora Weithers46

  • When a Christian stands before the judgment seat, he is given his rewards according to his faithfulness of work and service to God he has done while here on earth in this life.

    Rewards in Heaven

    Rewards in Heaven

    by Margaret Minnicks3

  • Rainbows hang from the sky like a drop-down from God’s universal menu to remind us of His love, His control and His protection. When the rainbow is behind us, it will be worth the turning around.

    Sundown Devotional: The Rainbow in the Clouds

    Sundown Devotional: The Rainbow in the Clouds

    by Dora Weithers62

  • Many people only know that Nehemiah was in charge of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem. However, there is so much more that should be gleaned from the book including some real-life applications.

    Book of Nehemiah Overview with Life Applications

    Book of Nehemiah Overview with Life Applications

    by Margaret Minnicks1

  • My father died before I was old enough to remember him, but in that moment, my heart embraced him with all the strength it had. I had benefited from his legacy of kindness. He was real and unforgettable!

    Sundown Devotional: Tribute to A Father's Legacy

    Sundown Devotional: Tribute to A Father's Legacy

    by Dora Weithers51

  • Most people become restless sometimes. What you do with your restlessness depends on you. Learn about four biblical people who did something about their restlessness. You can do something about your restlessness also.

    What To Do About Your Restlessness

    What To Do About Your Restlessness

    by Margaret Minnicks6

  • Here are fifteen quotes from Paul’s letters to the Ephesians, the Philippians, the Colossians and Philemon which can bring encouragement to those who are still imprisoned literally or otherwise.

    15 Encouraging Quotes from Paul’s Prison Letters

    15 Encouraging Quotes from Paul’s Prison Letters

    by Dora Weithers30

  • It is not a good choice if it is motivated by fear, pet peeves, hidden agendas or the intention to hurt someone. So what makes it a good choice? Does God make any offer to help us with our choices?

    Sundown Devotional: What Makes a Good Choice?

    Sundown Devotional: What Makes a Good Choice?

    by Dora Weithers55

  • This is the disposition of our hearts as we offer a "genuine" expression of our worship to God. The Father seeks true worshippers, those who will worship Him from the deep recess of their being, not limited by time, nor place; circumstances nor situations.

    Sacred and Living Sacrifice

    Sacred and Living Sacrifice

    by Akin Akinbodunse4

  • Those who accept Christ’s miraculous birth, exemplary life and sacrificial death experience humanly impossible changes made possible by His grace.Nothing is impossible.This is comprehensive assurance.

    Sundown Devotional: Comprehensive Assurance

    Sundown Devotional: Comprehensive Assurance

    by Dora Weithers46

  • In this world in which we live, evil seems to triumph as much or more than good. We sometimes ask, where is God in all of this? The prophet Habakkuk encountered the same thing in his time. Evil men surrounded and overwhelmed the good. He asked God to explain this and God gave him some answers.

    Faith When All Seems Lost: The Prophet Habakkuk

    Faith When All Seems Lost: The Prophet Habakkuk

    by Jeff Shirley2

  • One quick search will not yield all we need or all we can get to improve our lives. It takes time. Is the intensity of our desire to find reflected in the intensity of our search?

    Sundown Devotional: Searching Takes Time

    Sundown Devotional: Searching Takes Time

    by Dora Weithers38

  • The Tower of Babel account, recorded in Genesis 11:1-9 is a warning to modern man that pride still leads to destruction and that God will never be thwarted in His plans. It is best when we follow His design for our lives and not our own.

    Mans' Monument to Himself: The Tower of Babel

    Mans' Monument to Himself: The Tower of Babel

    by Jeff Shirley6

  • I want to feel free to fantasise that if we knew who we were we would have never invented religion. The Gods and the idea of God were an obvious yet natural outcome of our ancestral fears. It is easy to forget how many thousands of Gods man believed in at one time or another.

    Did God Actually Exist?

    Did God Actually Exist?

    by Eric Stone7

  • The responsibility for change belongs both to the helpless who can figure out their real needs and voice them; and to helpers, who with their God-given insight, can distinguish real needs from wants.

    Sundown Devotional: A Different Kind of Help

    Sundown Devotional: A Different Kind of Help

    by Dora Weithers51

  • In the previous articles, we discussed the Deity of the Holy Spirit, the doctrine of the Trinity and the roles of the Trinity in Salvation. In this article, we will look at the Trinty and Prayer.

    The Role of the Trinity in Prayer

    The Role of the Trinity in Prayer

    by Barry G Carpenter0

  • This article examines the question, 'How can I grow in my faith?' It's a question all Christians ask themselves. After all, the scriptures tell us we are saved through faith, are to live by faith. But how do we grow in it?

    Mustard Seeds & Mulberry Trees

    Mustard Seeds & Mulberry Trees

    by Richard Parr1

  • The words "bless," "blessed," and "blessing" have been overused to the point that they have become trivialized.

    Overuse of the Word 'Blessed'

    Overuse of the Word 'Blessed'

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • The Bible counsels us to pay back wrongdoers in several ways other than retaliation. Then they become attracted to the good which God empowers us to exhibit toward them. Often,that good conquers them.

    Sundown Devotional: Defeating Evil By Doing Good

    Sundown Devotional: Defeating Evil By Doing Good

    by Dora Weithers54

  • People boast about affiliations, crimes, good deeds, possibilities, self-indulgences, wisdom, power and wealth. These are the areas in which the following six Bible verses counsel us not to boast.

    Six Great Bible Counsels Against Boasting

    Six Great Bible Counsels Against Boasting

    by Dora Weithers34

  • In the garden of Gethsemane Jesus suffered unimaginable agony, sorrow, and anxiety. He wrestled with yielding to God's will. His first drops of blood were shed there. And the disciples slept through their own battle.

    Jesus' Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane

    Jesus' Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane

    by Lori Colbo33

  • There is a multitude of places to go, things to do, and people to see. However, there are only twenty-four hours in a day. Here is an assessment of what things should be put first on our priority schedules.

    Putting First Things First

    Putting First Things First

    by Robert Odell Jr2

  • The Bible is considered to be a serious book but if you dig deep you will see God has a sense of humor. In this article are 20 Bible verses that show God’s humorous side.

    20 Funny Bible Verses You Have to Read

    20 Funny Bible Verses You Have to Read

    by T B Whitt0

  • True peace has God's love at its source. We pursue peace when we recognize and acknowledge this love in all people.

    One Peace

    One Peace

    by Paul K Francis4

  • Worry tries to affect all of us, but if we can just pause and turn to God, we can breathe our way through whatever we're experiencing.

    Do Not Worry and Here's Why

    Do Not Worry and Here's Why

    by Monica Lynne Foster1

  • When circumstances throw us down and we can't keep up, God can help us catch up. With just a minimal ray of hope, we can cry out for help. He is able to restore our souls and remedy our situations.

    Sundown Devotional: Struck Down but Not Destroyed

    Sundown Devotional: Struck Down but Not Destroyed

    by Dora Weithers38

  • Influencing others does not mean controlling them. It does not mean forcing them to do something they don't want to do. What, then, is the right way to influence others?

    The Right Way to Influence Others

    The Right Way to Influence Others

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • The Bible is such an interesting book because everything we need to know is embedded within its pages. Long before Google existed, the Bible provided answers to everything we need to know about history, science, geography, and math. This article demonstrates how much math is in the Holy Bible.

    Math in the Bible

    Math in the Bible

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • While we may struggle to forget the betrayal, disappointment, and humiliation caused by offenses, we want to remember the positive effects of forgiveness which can empower us to move forward.

    Sundown Devotional: Forgive and Remember

    Sundown Devotional: Forgive and Remember

    by Dora Weithers60

  • Albert Einstein said, "Nothing happens until something moves." Others have said the same things in different ways. The Bible is full of examples that explain the quote really means.

    Nothing Happens Until Something Moves

    Nothing Happens Until Something Moves

    by Margaret Minnicks5

  • The Bible says that Jesus is both God and Man. The Book of John tells us that Jesus became flesh. In this article, we will examine why this was necessary.

    Why Was Jesus Both God and Man?

    Why Was Jesus Both God and Man?

    by Barry G Carpenter5

  • Adam and Eve Received marriage as a gift from God. Adam and Eve were created perfectly for one another. Marriage was not created into existence due to a culture, or for convenience. Marriage was instituted by God. Marriage has three aspects that will be discussed in this article.

    God Says Love is More Than Butterflies: How to WIN at Marriage

    God Says Love is More Than Butterflies: How to WIN at Marriage

    by Reformed Eve2

  • In times of distress, it is not uncommon for Christians and non Christians to turn to God in prayer. Praying to God through Mary is an ancient Catholic practice. This prayer is imploring the Blessed Mother of Jesus and co-redemptrix with Christ, to intercede for us in this unprecedented times.

    Prayer of Healing from Covid-19: Prayer to Our Blessed Mother Mary

    Prayer of Healing from Covid-19: Prayer to Our Blessed Mother Mary

    by Eugenia Onwu Ukpo2

  • 1 John 4:8 - "Beloved, let us love one another . . . he who does not love does not know God, for God is love."

    The "God Is Love" Bible Verse

    The "God Is Love" Bible Verse

    by Justin Aptaker16

  • God’s instructions are not just for our heads to increase our knowledge, to boost our posture of enlightenment, to give us more theories to discuss. God’s light is a practical guide for our walk.

    Sundown Devotional: Light for Life's Journey

    Sundown Devotional: Light for Life's Journey

    by Dora Weithers41

  • When you study the bible scriptures, you might find similarities between King David's life and your own that you didn't know existed. There are several things we can learn from this famous king.

    Rejected? You Can Relate to King David

    Rejected? You Can Relate to King David

    by Freedom C0

  • There are opportunities all around us if we would only recognize them as such. Look around you and see what opportunies abound.

    Opportunities All Around Us

    Opportunities All Around Us

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • Some people get angry with God often. Then they feel guilty about it. So, what does the Bible say about being angry with God?

    Have You Ever Been Angry With God?

    Have You Ever Been Angry With God?

    by Margaret Minnicks3

  • Paul, in the final verses of I Thessalonians, is giving some last-minute instructions to this persecuted church for how to continue in the path of holiness or sanctification that they are now on. In doing this he shows us several ways that we can continue on this path ourselves.

    Final Instructions from a Spiritual Father (I Thessalonians 5:12-28)

    Final Instructions from a Spiritual Father (I Thessalonians 5:12-28)

    by Jeff Shirley0

  • The Creation Story in Genesis 1 is one of the most recognizable passages in the Bible. It is told in Sunday school and illustrated in picture books. But is the story of Creation important for understanding the rest of the Bible? (Part One)

    Should the Creation Story Matter? (Part One)

    Should the Creation Story Matter? (Part One)

    by Caleb Kapsner4

  • The point of mature faith is not the reward; it is the joy and satisfaction of being faithful. God is with us in the tough times, and no matter how far down the disaster pushes us, we trust Him to hold us up.

    Sundown Devotional: Faith Through the Tough Times

    Sundown Devotional: Faith Through the Tough Times

    by Dora Weithers70

  • The Book of Esther is one of two books in the Bible that bears a woman's name. The other one is Ruth.

    Book of Esther Overview

    Book of Esther Overview

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • The Bible records at least ten or more tests. They might be overlooked unless someone points them out. This article identifies and explains the ten tests even though they might not be called "tests." READ MORE!

    10 Tests Described in the Bible

    10 Tests Described in the Bible

    by Margaret Minnicks3

  • "However many blessings we expect from God, His infinite liberality will always exceed all our wishes and our thoughts." (John Calvin) This can be your personal experience.

    Sundown Devotional: Beyond Human Expectations

    Sundown Devotional: Beyond Human Expectations

    by Dora Weithers44

  • An article addressing the challenge presented by Jesus' words “unless you forgive each other from your heart.”

    Seventy Times Seven

    Seventy Times Seven

    by Richard Parr1

  • A lot of people struggle all their lives to become rich and accumulate wealth. The more they have, the more they want to have. Learn what the Bible says about wealth.

    What the Bible Says About Wealth

    What the Bible Says About Wealth

    by Margaret Minnicks6

  • In the genealogy of Jesus, five women are listed, suggesting their significance in a system which considered them insignificant; four of them add serious disgrace to the theme of God’s marvelous grace. One's different.

    Sundown Devotional: Five Christmas Surprises

    Sundown Devotional: Five Christmas Surprises

    by Dora Weithers42

  • Years ago Oprah Winfrey came up with a column in her magazine about things she knows for sure. You don't have to be a television mogul to know some things for sure. READ what I know for sure and wish you knew them as well!

    What I Know for Sure (and Wish Others Knew)

    What I Know for Sure (and Wish Others Knew)

    by Margaret Minnicks10

  • A retelling of the story of Esther. A tale in which the name of God does not appear once, but in which the hand of God is seen everywhere.

    The Story Of Esther

    The Story Of Esther

    by Richard Parr0

  • It is very true that a prophet is not accepted in his own hometown. Jesus was a good example of that. Like Jesus, some messengers of God are not accepted by their own families today.

    Why a Prophet Is Not Accepted In His Own Hometown

    Why a Prophet Is Not Accepted In His Own Hometown

    by Margaret Minnicks6

  • Use this downtime, to slow down and go with the flow until it passes. You may be surprised at what He reveals.

    Be Still and Know He Is God

    Be Still and Know He Is God

    by Cheryl E Preston2

  • Music has been integral to Christian worship since Biblical times. Its importance stems from its role as a medium of praise and worship, its sacrificial properties, and its ability to significantly alter emotions.

    Significance of Music in Christianity

    Significance of Music in Christianity

    by Hilary Hsieh0

  • Many people think there is a “this too shall pass” Bible Verse, but this quote does not come from the Bible. List of commonly mistaken “Bible” quotes. God Helps Those Who Help Themselves "Bible Verse". Cleanliness is Next to Godliness "Bible Verse". Money is the Root of All Evil "Bible Verse".

    The “This Too Shall Pass 'Bible Verse'" Isn't Actually in the Bible

    The “This Too Shall Pass 'Bible Verse'" Isn't Actually in the Bible

    by Justin Aptaker25

  • The book of Ecclesiastes mentions six habits which are similar to chasing the wind. As we read them, let's take inventory of our attitudes and habits and try to avoid those which are meaningless.

    Six Habits Similar to Chasing the Wind

    Six Habits Similar to Chasing the Wind

    by Dora Weithers34

  • Almost everyone has had regrets, but not many people know what the Bible says about regrets. Be informed and learn what regrets are and how to deal with them in the biblical way.

    What the Bible Says About Regrets

    What the Bible Says About Regrets

    by Margaret Minnicks6

  • Christ speaks through the Apostle John concerning seven churches during the early church days. Each had different strengths and varied shortcomings. Which category do you fall into?

    Which One of the Seven Churches Are You Attending?

    Which One of the Seven Churches Are You Attending?

    by Cheryl E Preston5

  • With such great potential, Samson fell short because of sin and disobedience. Mighty in physical strength, he was weak in resisting temptation, his life a clear warning against the dangers of self-indulgence and lack of discipline.

    The Story Of Samson

    The Story Of Samson

    by Richard Parr6

  • The Bible addresses many topics. However, there are some things the Bible is silent about, and there are some topics the Bible says very little about. So, what does the Bible say about gambling, betting, and the lottery?

    What the Bible Says About Gambling

    What the Bible Says About Gambling

    by Margaret Minnicks0

  • People pray and by faith they believe their prayers will be answered. When our prayers are not answered, we often wonder if it is our fault that God is silent. There are some conditions for answered prayers.

    Conditions for Answered Prayers

    Conditions for Answered Prayers

    by Margaret Minnicks1

  • During my lifetime, I have had many interviews with experts and professionals. I have decided for the rest of my life, I will allow only one to interview me.

    God Interviewed Me

    God Interviewed Me

    by Margaret Minnicks5

  • Many have asked whether dinosaurs are found anywhere in the Bible. Various theories have been advanced. Are dinosaurs never mentioned? Were dinosaur bones put here by Satan? This article will definitively answer these questions and more.

    Are Dinosaurs in the Bible?

    Are Dinosaurs in the Bible?

    by Lou Tenant3

  • Based on the Scriptures there are baby Christians and grown Christians. The term baby Christian is usually used as an allowance for sin, but does the Bible mean that it is or was the term used to demonstrate the importance of guidance and mentoring in the lives of young Christians?

    What Is A Baby Christian?

    What Is A Baby Christian?

    by North Wind5

  • When tragedy happens, there has been a growing trend in Christianity. The expression "It is a God problem" implies that communities who do not follow Christian Law will suffer. Is America suffering because of this? Or is our obsessive culture of always needing to be right distorting our thinking?

    It Is Not a God Problem, It Is a Culture Problem

    It Is Not a God Problem, It Is a Culture Problem

    by Jason Reid Capp11

  • COVID-19 reminds us of the wind in Peter's story. Trying to escape the threat of death on the sea of Galilee, he encountered heavy waves which made him panic, but the real danger was in the wind.

    Sundown Devotional: The Virus Resembling the Wind

    Sundown Devotional: The Virus Resembling the Wind

    by Dora Weithers63

  • God allows some bad things to spare us the worse. We lose possessions that are potential firewood; we fail at relationships built on deception; we encounter closed doors that prevent our disgrace. Thank Him.

    Some Bad Things Happen To Prevent Something Worse

    Some Bad Things Happen To Prevent Something Worse

    by Dora Weithers6

  • Every disciple of Christ has a bank account in heaven. It is unlike bank accounts here on earth, but you can deposit into it and make withdrawals while on earth.

    Your Bank Account In Heaven

    Your Bank Account In Heaven

    by Margaret Minnicks7

  • Just because Jezebel was evil, she is not included in many sermons or talked about very often. The Bible uses examples of what not to do as well as what to do. Therefore, there are some lessons to learn from the life of Jezebel.

    Jezebel and the Lessons We Learn From Her

    Jezebel and the Lessons We Learn From Her

    by Margaret Minnicks4

  • The quotes are subdivided as Paul might have focused:(1) graduation celebration (2) counsel on entering the workforce (3) counsel for those called to church ministry (4) exhortation to pursue purpose.

    40 Bible Quotes for Graduates from Paul's Letters

    40 Bible Quotes for Graduates from Paul's Letters

    by Dora Weithers36

  • Most people think having a thorn in the flesh is a bad thing, but it isn't bad at all. There are many benefits of having a thorn in the flesh. I'm keeping my thorn. Consider keeping yours.

    Why You Should Keep the Thorn in Your Flesh

    Why You Should Keep the Thorn in Your Flesh

    by Margaret Minnicks7

  • What if we accept our children as our most precious gifts from God? Would we chase away the bad one saying that he is more than we can handle? Would we credit our genes for the success of the smart one?

    Sundown Devotional: The Children God Gave Us

    Sundown Devotional: The Children God Gave Us

    by Dora Weithers40

  • The Five Finger Prayer is a good way to teach children to pray. Some adults could use that method as well.

    Five Finger Prayer Explained

    Five Finger Prayer Explained

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • Any good word is one that comes from the heart, spoken with compassion and understanding. A good word is one that has the intention behind it to increase these things in the world.

    Any Good Word

    Any Good Word

    by Paul K Francis9

  • One of the most remarkable things about this story is not the battle between the shepherd and giant, but the purity of David’s confidence in God’s help.

    The Story Of David & Goliath

    The Story Of David & Goliath

    by Richard Parr2

  • Here are six great Bible verses which will help us improve your judging skills. They are necessary especially for those whose opinion is often sought by relatives and friends who trust their judgment.

    Six Bible Quotes to Consider Before We Judge

    Six Bible Quotes to Consider Before We Judge

    by Dora Weithers45

  • We usually plan our thanksgiving for the end of the journey. Meanwhile, we neglect to say thanks for the little steps leading up to the outcome. Why not say thanks for every little piece of progress?

    Sundown Devotional: Thankful for Little Pieces

    Sundown Devotional: Thankful for Little Pieces

    by Dora Weithers42

  • Few prayers are better known than the Peace Prayer of Saint Francis The harmonious prayer serves as a reminder for humility and gratefulness during times of joy and rest and solace during times of sadness.

    The Significance of the Prayer of Saint Francis

    The Significance of the Prayer of Saint Francis

    by Fernando Guadalupe Jimenez0

  • You probably know that God gave hard assignments to His prophets and other faithful people in the Bible. Read about them so you will know what to do when God gives you a hard assignment.

    Hard Assignments God Gave People in the Bible

    Hard Assignments God Gave People in the Bible

    by Margaret Minnicks4

  • The Bible gives valuable information about Christian living. This article focuses on what the Bible says about patience.

    What the Bible Says About Patience

    What the Bible Says About Patience

    by Margaret Minnicks3

  • May these Bible verses inspire you to live your best life ever. May they bring you closer to God, help to keep you on the right track and transform you into who God has purposed you to be.

    Inspirational Bible Verses

    Inspirational Bible Verses

    by Garry Saunders2

  • 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.

    Some Trials Are More Than We Can Bear

    Some Trials Are More Than We Can Bear

    by Dora Weithers67

  • Trust signifies a firm belief in the ability, truth, strength, or reliability of someone or something. Here is an examination of trust.

    An Examination of Trust

    An Examination of Trust

    by Robert Odell Jr4

  • One of the greatest accomplishments in life is to fulfill God's will in our ministry. We do this by prayerfully desiring to make plans, allowing for God's changes, helping the physical needs of those to whom we minister and by bathing our ministry in the prayers of the saints.

    The Desires of a Minister of Christ (Romans 15:22-33)

    The Desires of a Minister of Christ (Romans 15:22-33)

    by Jeff Shirley2

  • Where are you these days?

    B To C

    B To C

    by Martin Barrett5

  • The Land of Promise Our inheritance has been promised to us from God and just as He promised Moses to deliver his people from Egypt and take them into a land that was flowing with milk and honey, the same is true for us today. Children of God this...

    Journey from Egypt to the Promise Land

    Journey from Egypt to the Promise Land

    by jagandelight11

  • Paul continues his practical instructions for a person who has been saved by grace through faith by instructing us on how we need to view and act toward the government that He has ordained. We must obey because it has been placed there for our good. And we must obey because God wants us to do so.

    Christians as Model Citizens Romans 13:1-7

    Christians as Model Citizens Romans 13:1-7

    by Jeff Shirley2

  • Where religion gets it wrong is the idea that God created the world for the purpose of Judgment. God judges the world, but that doesn’t mean the reason for creation was to see which humans can pass a test.

    God is Not Finished Yet

    God is Not Finished Yet

    by Don Herston1

  • Satan is a being who is encompassed in mystery. However, the Bible offers us enough information to better understand him, his works, his origin and his mission. As Christians, we should not be led astray by men' teachings that twist truth for a lie and depict Satan different from what the Bible says

    Facts and Myths about Satan

    Facts and Myths about Satan

    by Alianess Benny Njuguna2

  • There are many religions in the world. No matter which religion a person chooses, all religions have some of the same things in common. What are some of those things?

    What All Religions Have In Common

    What All Religions Have In Common

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • It can be tough holding on to God when life gets overwhelming, but it’s possible. With God’s strength, not only will you hold on to God in difficult times, but you will endure and overcome through faith every hardship that comes your way. To inspire you, here are 8 Bible verses about strength.

    8 Bible Verses About Strength: God's Word for Faith in Hard Times

    8 Bible Verses About Strength: God's Word for Faith in Hard Times

    by Dexter Whinfield3

  • While the term black sheep is typically used in families, you might be interested to know that it is also used in companies, churches, and other organizations where there is one member whose behavior is different from the majority especially if that behavior seems to jeopardize the group's image.

    Why Being the Black Sheep in the Family Is a Good Thing

    Why Being the Black Sheep in the Family Is a Good Thing

    by Margaret Minnicks11

  • These Bible fathers present parenting habits that are worthy of imitation. Other fathers will be inspired to adopt them in their efforts to become the proactive parents their children need.

    Four Bible Fathers in Active Parenting Roles

    Four Bible Fathers in Active Parenting Roles

    by Dora Weithers38

  • Despair is no stranger to Christians. We sometimes lack the awareness to see God in the gloom. We may choose to give up, but we can also choose to get up from "under" to "above" the circumstances.

    Sundown Devotional: Choose to Encourage Yourself

    Sundown Devotional: Choose to Encourage Yourself

    by Dora Weithers95

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