One late morning, as other late mornings before me, I made coffee for my husband and myself. After bringing him his cup, I settled down in the kitchen with my Bible and began to do my daily reading for that day. An hour or so later, my husband enters the kitchen, "My coffee is cold," … Continue reading What Are We “Fastening” Ourselves To?
Well, I thought I was going to be able to cover fasting and why the disciples didn't fast when they were with Jesus, but you'll have to wait for a few weeks for the second part. (Or read Matthew 9:14-17, Mark 2:18-22, Luke 5:33-39 to learn more) Fasting is "hip" by today's standards. It's healthy, … Continue reading How To Fast Properly (Are We Seeking The Reward Of Men?)
Clarification- I am not saying God inspired me, told me, or gave me personally this scripture. I like picking scripture and was grateful to find this. I have a few posts I've been meaning to reflect on regarding last year (is it too late now?). One of them relates to the monthly scriptures I picked … Continue reading 2020’s Scripture For Inside Cup & Its Connection To What’s Happening
I know many people struggle reading the Bible because it feels tedious and boring. This is a reflection on our flesh, not on the word of God! It is Jesus, the word of truth, who opens scripture up to us. He ministers. Admittedly, when I first started to work on this chapter, I thought it … Continue reading At First Glance, A “Boring” Speech For Some Readers… But Wait! (Second Coming of Jesus?!)
I know some think that by loving like God...that means we can't hate. This is not true! You see, to truly love, we hate what oppresses that love. As verse 13 shares in chapter 8, the fear of God is to hate evil. The Bible constantly shows us there are things in life we are … Continue reading What Wisdom Is, What It Hates & How It Existed Before Creation
One of the most well known parts of the Bible we will go over today. The Lord's Prayer. The most amazing Bible teaching Teacher tells us in the manner in which we need to pray and how to pray. But He also shows us how precious private time with God is. Today's Reading: Matthew Ch. … Continue reading Do Things In Secret & The Lord’s Prayer
This post took a little longer to put together. I hope you enjoy the study like I did. One of the main "harlots" people might familiar with is the Harlot of Babylon, which we will get to in this study. But this post isn't solely about the Harlot of Babylon, we have to understand harlotry in … Continue reading Harlotry & Harlot Of Babylon | What Does The Bible Say
In the same way, Moses was told by his father in law that he needed counsels and appointed leaders to help him manage everyone's problems, administrators and leaders help fill this purpose for a church today. (NIV) Romans 12:08, "...if it is to lead, do it diligently..." (ESV) 1 Corinthians 12:28, "And God has appointed … Continue reading Administration & Leading | Spiritual Gifts
If we "truly" had a "loving" God, then evil wouldn't exist... This is the mindset of many people. Post | God Will Use Our Bad For His Good Post | Why God Allows Pain In Psalms, we see a few chapters dedicated to these questions. In fact, the book of Job also covers these same … Continue reading Where Is God In Evil?
It's probably helpful to note that I am NOT the best when it comes to making bread dough. In fact, it is STILL a learning process for me. I attempted a few times last year and just gave up because I didn't want to waste more flour and supplies. This year I decided to make … Continue reading We Are Like Bread Dough & God Is The Kneader