God is Triune. 3 Persons, 1 Essence. Last year we have gone over 5 scriptures regarding Christ (see: 5 Scriptures To Meditate On This Month | Jesus is God. Last month we went over 5 scriptures for the Father, (see: 5 Scriptures To Meditate On This Month | Father). Today we are going to wrap up the… Continue reading 5 Scriptures To Meditate On This Month | Holy Spirit
Desiring to share shorter studies on my blog, I know life application appeals to many Christian women. Often a problem occurs with life application, however. There can be a lack of clarity and watered-down material. Which is exactly why I hope to provide more clarity and meat to life application for women. If possible, I… Continue reading Importance of Scripture | Life Applications for January ‘23
Often in the past, I was a solider with no armor. I remember the times I struggled with a particular sin and I would always wait right up until the temptation became the most intense and that’s when I tried to fight back. I was a fool walking into a war. I refused to really… Continue reading How Do We Pick Up The Sword of the Spirit?
Pride. She sneaks in easily. She looks humble on the outside, but a decaying corpse on the inside. Pride. Often described with terms like ego, feeling superior, indulging in how superior we feel, and hasty behavior. Today’s scripture that ministered to me is found in Deuteronomy. After having read scripture, I was sitting at my… Continue reading “My Power Has Gained Me This Wealth” | Taking Credit for What God Has Done
For so long I sought the Lord everywhere except in His word. I felt so distant from Him unless I had experiences, symbols, or dreams. While I read scripture it was not often or with the proper understanding of context. But if you want like to hear my full testimony you can here. See: My… Continue reading What is Heavenly Wisdom?
Is it wrong to use the Bible to answer people’s questions even if they do not believe the Bible? Absolutely not! In Christian Apologetics, you can encounter people who try to touch on Christianity by focusing on the Creator and creation. The Bible is not always the first piece of evidence used. I know in… Continue reading Expository Apologetics 101 (Voddie Baucham)
It wasn’t until a few years ago I even heard that people had a “word” for the year. The basic idea is people take a particular word to meditate on or study throughout the year. I’ve seen Christians do this, so I thought it was ok, and attempted to do the same. Erm… yeah, it… Continue reading Why I Do Not Have A “Word for the Year”
No one enjoys sorrow. It’s uncomfortable. But did you know Christians are to experience godly sorrow? Godly sorrow is related to the mourning of our sins. We grieve over how we dishonor God and how we disobey Him through our rebellious heart that delights in rejecting Him. We SHOULD be uncomfortable in our sins. We… Continue reading We Need Godly Sorrow
Twisting scripture into a candy-coated poison is something really hateful to do though the outside looks so “loving.” False teachers like Joel Osteen present these attractive motivational speeches that while leave the listener feeling good also starves the listener of Biblical truth, like the need to repent. As in the past when I have shared… Continue reading Joel Osteen ‘Self Positivity’ (Fight 4 Truth)
“What do you do when someone asks you questions about what it means to be a Christian?” My Sunday School teacher asked us often. I was in high school. Honestly, at the time, many claimed to be Christians around me. Rarely did I encounter anyone who presented me with questions about my faith, for the… Continue reading Be Ready in Season & Out of Season (Scripture Life Application)