Why We Need To Read The Bible In Context | Bible Study Tips & “Translation” Cautions

Context, context, context as one of my favorite Christian Youtubers says. Fighting 4 Faith, known as Pirate Christian, Pastor Chris Rosebrough has taught both my husband and myself the importance of understanding scripture's context. I have a lot of information for you today, so feel free to use the headers to make your way around … Continue reading Why We Need To Read The Bible In Context | Bible Study Tips & “Translation” Cautions

I Thought I Caused The Ripples

Over a year ago, I wrote a poem titled, "Many Ripples." There are a few statements I made I do not support and I think are misleading. I thought writing a poem covering those misconceptions would be both fun and, hopefully, clarifying. I am only stone but, I caused many ripples. That's what I used … Continue reading I Thought I Caused The Ripples

Need For Truth Against False Teaching (Pt. 2 Of My Response To “Good Intentions”)

Getting to know the word of God takes time. It is a commitment and a priority we must set in our lives daily. The only way to discern and rightly divide is through knowing the word of God. We should be able to explain the Gospel in depth because we understand it. My poem "Good … Continue reading Need For Truth Against False Teaching (Pt. 2 Of My Response To “Good Intentions”)

Response To My “Good Intentions” Poem (Pt. 1 – Breakdown)

A few days ago I published my latest poem Good Intentions and at the bottom I had started to write an explanation for the poem. As I wrote down my thoughts, I realized there is a lot to cover and I would prefer to explain the poem separately. There are two parts in responding to … Continue reading Response To My “Good Intentions” Poem (Pt. 1 – Breakdown)

Good Intentions…

I meant to start today with prayer. Read scripture before moving. I desired to be thankful. But the coffee was waiting. I meant to read Your word. Chew on what I read for hours, the verses. While I did my chores, I could think. But alas, my thoughts took different courses. 5 minutes I could … Continue reading Good Intentions…

Community Prayer | October ’20

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 the … Continue reading Community Prayer | October ’20

Tips On How To Reach Others (without smothering)

They don't know and they need to know. That's a sin! They need to repent. You probably understand what I'm talking about. This past year I've seen 3 different individuals get into Bible reading and desiring to draw closer to Jesus. With each one, there has been an assortment of questions and discussions. I've been … Continue reading Tips On How To Reach Others (without smothering)

The Sinful Donut (Christian Poem)

"It's like you fill the empty with more empty," he said, pondering. And this got me to wondering. That's a bit heavy, kinda hard to swallow. Oh! I got it! It's like a donut of today and tomorrow! The outside is beautiful. So, pleasing to the eye! I can imagine chomping down and I wouldn't … Continue reading The Sinful Donut (Christian Poem)

Godly Wisdom | Meditate On Scripture

(Edited 08/12/2020) This is an older series I am editing to share with you. The past title has been changed. I edited all portions of this post.  Meditate- To ponder or contemplate Scripture To Meditate On- (NIV) Colossians 3:16, "Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another … Continue reading Godly Wisdom | Meditate On Scripture

Should I Be Transparent On My Blog? | Christian Blogger

It's been almost two months since I saw the tweet that inspired this topic. The individual wondered if Christians were more transparent would more people be saved? Many people said they believed so, and others answered (paraphrased), "No, because it's the Holy Spirit who opens our eyes." Which I agree with the latter. Upon going … Continue reading Should I Be Transparent On My Blog? | Christian Blogger