Bible Study · Relationship with Christ

The Wicked Do Not Sleep Unless They Do Evil

Keep your eyes straight. Speak well. Seek truth. These are lessons we see multiple times in Proverbs, as well as holding close to our Father's words. I know not all scripture is talking about God directly, but it is clear, these same truths apply to being a Christian and having a walk with Jesus. Today's… Continue reading The Wicked Do Not Sleep Unless They Do Evil

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Will Of God & Faith

We are familiar that Jesus used food to illustrate His body in the Passover, but did you know He also referenced and used food as illustrations for other things? Today's Readings: Matthew 4:12-17 | Luke 4:14-15  | Mark 1:14-15 | John 4:27-42 & 43-45, 2:01-12 Food To Do The Will Of God & Harvest John… Continue reading Will Of God & Faith

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Start Your Day With Prayer

Prayer is essential to having a walk with Christ. It doesn't have to be complicated. This short chapter in Psalms gives us a simple overview of prayer, its importance, and God's power. Today's Reading: Ch. 5 David seems to start his morning with the Lord. He asks the Lord to listen and consider his meditation. He… Continue reading Start Your Day With Prayer

Bible Study · Random

Adonijah Tries To Become King Behind David’s Back

Well, we've done it. Reached a new book in the Bible to go over! Introduction To 1 Kings Chosen to build God's temple yet so easily torn between paganism. This story of Solomon in 1 Kings illustrates themes of the book of Hosea (Israel commits adultery with false gods). Solomon is known for his wisdom and… Continue reading Adonijah Tries To Become King Behind David’s Back


Community Prayer | October ’19

This post is updated, sometimes daily, please check in for updates, answered prayers, and for continued prayer over the requests. Thank you! Let’s work together on prayer by praying for each other and lifting up our needs. Why We Need To Pray- Draw Closer To God, Draw Closer To The Community, See Answered Prayers Here are… Continue reading Community Prayer | October ’19