We measure our progress in our workout, in healthy eating, in life goals. Some of us love checklists. We strive to reach new levels. And that’s all good. BUT. Let us be just as concerned with our spiritual progress. Some people remain spiritual infants. They don’t mature. It’s because they resist the work of the… Read More What Level Are You At?
O Timothy! Guard what was committed to your trust, avoiding the profane and idle babblings and contradictions of what is falsely called knowledge— by professing it some have strayed concerning the faith. (1 Tim 6:20) We look at champion athletes or military heroes and admire them for their determination, skill, and accomplishments. They are examples of what it… Read More Your duty too- Not just your pastor’s!
Guest Post by my good friend Amy Pentimone who blogs at Art of Life I wrote about it recently- the fact that our everyday living is the thing that propels us forward. As I’ve discussed it with others, I’ve found this idea resonates in a bigger way than I had expected. So many people need to… Read More This Ordinary Day- Guest Post
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. For by it the elders obtained a good testimony. (Hebrews 11:1-2). Maybe you’re a Christian who is dedicated, striving to please God. You diligently read the Word, serve other believers, pray, live in obedience to those in authority, and trust… Read More The Unconventional People of Faith
What is Apologetics? According to Merriam Webster dictionary, it means a systematic argumentative discourse in defense (as of a doctrine), and a branch of theology devoted to the defense of the divine origin and authority of Christianity. So it is a defense of the faith. All Christians are called to defend the faith. The Profile of an… Read More Nine Characteristics of an Apologet
We live in the last days. This means the days after Christ and before His second coming. You have probably noticed that in all societies there is an increase in evil people, hate, occultism, hostility towards Christianity. These verses sum it all up: And thou, O Daniel, hide the things, and seal the book till the… Read More How To Be An Overcomer
Last week, I had a post about gift ideas for Christmas for those difficult people that you can’t find a gift for. (Note, it is updated with a few more ideas). Remember the Poor But, of course, Christmas is not about material things or about presents and all the outward decor and celebration. It is about… Read More This Christmas- Give To These People!
What do real brethren look like? In Romans chapter 16 the Apostle Paul is greeting a group of people. They are regular Christians in Rome, but they have become known throughout the world wherever the Bible is read. Imagine, this is their mark in history! What does Paul say about them? Does he say “Greet… Read More Characteristics of Brethren
Continuing from (Part 1), Many people have this inner struggle of worrying about the opinion of others. It pops up occasionally in everyone’s life, whether we know it or not. Here are some practical tips to overcome the struggle. Please read all the Bible verses because they are the most important, core tips! 🙂 Finding out God’s… Read More Practical Tips: How not to care about what people think (PART 2)
I, like many other people, often find myself worrying about what others may think of me. This adds unnecessary stress and keeps me from being myself. It later leads to bitterness. It keeps me from pleasing the Lord, being efficient in things that matter- like serving Christ and living my full potential as He wants me to… Read More Practical Tips: How Not to Care About What People Think (PART 1)