Recently, I asked a very wise woman this question, “What is it about the flesh that makes us cater to it?” Her reply: “We live in it, and we cannot escape it.” – Mrs. C.A.
Jesus sat down near the offering box observing people as they gave their offering. The rich put in large sums, but there was one woman that caught Jesus’ eye. She was a widow and all she had to offer were two small copper coins (mites), that valued at less than one penny. The clanging of … More The Tithe is for You!
When asked, “How are you?” Many Christians respond, “I’m blessed.” It seems to roll off our tongues rather quickly, so fast that we don’t even have to think about the words. Is it by habit, or is it socially correct to use good old Christian lingo? What is the difference between being blessed and wishing … More Am I Lucky or Blessed?
Having joy in the Lord is the natural result of the Christian faith. Faith in Christ naturally works gladness by removing fear and replacing it with a calm, settled temperament. It takes away sorrow and provides a sense of quiet peace in the heart of the person who trusts the Lord. The Lord’s joy causes … More Choose Joy!
Scripture: Master, which is the greatest commandment in the Law? Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind; (Matt. 22:36-37 KJV). This testimony was given by the disciple Matthew. He stated that a lawyer approached Jesus wanting to … More Radical Love
Many of us were baffled by the announcement that an unknown virus had come upon us. Covid has come and conquered. However, we’re finally starting to feel a sense of relief because an emergency vaccine has been approved and distributed worldwide. We’re hopeful that we can get back to living life as we once knew … More LORD OVERALL
After Jesus was baptized, He was declared the Son of God by His Father. Then He was led into the wilderness for 40 days and 40 nights, by the Holy Spirit. The devil appeared in a visible form and he spoke with an audible voice. His mission was to tempt Jesus to sin against God.
Nearly everyone in the Bible was called by God to come out of their comfort zone to serve Him. Whether Jews or Gentiles, they were expected to answer the call. When God calls, He disrupts our plans to bring His will on earth. Here are a few examples…
Genesis Chapter 19 gives us an account of why Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed. Lot, the grandson of Terah, the son of Haran, and Abram’s (Abraham) nephew, dwelled in Sodom with his wife and two daughters. He chose to live in Sodom even though he knew of their evil practices; (Gen. 13:13). They believed that … More “Don’t Look Back, You’re Not Going That Way!”
FEMALE PROMISE SEEKERS SERIES Meet Zipporah, Moses’ Wife… Moses met Reuel’s daughters as he sat by the well in Midian. Zipporah and her sisters came to draw water and fill the troughs to water their fathers’ flock. Reuel had no sons, he fathered seven daughters, and they inherited the assignment of tending the livestock. It … More Zipporah, First Female Surgeon Documented in the Bible