For all persons desiring to grow in wisdom and understanding, here is one way you can do it . . . read the book of Proverbs. The Book of Proverbs teaches biblical wisdom needed for everyday life. Its verses are practical, timeless, and also ideal for memorizing. . Persons who read the Book of Proverbs... Continue Reading →
Our view of God is always changing . . . in good times and periods of victory, he is a great, big, wonderful God; awesome in power! In times or restoration, we view him as merciful, kind, and forgiving. Then there are the bad times, and sad moments; when we fail to even recognize his... Continue Reading →
With God, nothing shall be impossible [Luke 1:37]. The Bible further states: Christ in you, the hope of glory . . . not the hope of shame! And that is why your tomorrow will be alright. Ref: Col. 1:27 To the saints God would make known what are the riches of the glory of this... Continue Reading →
I may not see God with my physical eyes, But I have seen him at work in me . . . and in all our lives. Let me describe the taste of God’s spiritual food, His word - which restores my soul, is sweeter than honey, and it boosts my mood. And what of the... Continue Reading →
It is impossible to wring our hands when they are folded before God in prayer.
As we interact with persons in various settings such as in the home, workplace, and church; one thing will be certain . . . we will never see “eye to eye” on everything, nor with everyone. In all types of social groups, there will be misunderstandings that may result in another person feeling hurt, slighted,... Continue Reading →
In the gospel of Matthew we read the parable of the Ten Virgins (five wise and five foolish), who waited on the bridegroom. It is an interesting parable, and among its many points for study, there is the thought-provoking revelation that “while the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept” ~ Mat. 25:5. All ten... Continue Reading →
Don't put off until tomorrow the loving words you can say today.