This post is inspired by a sister in Christ I talked to recently. I shared with her how, as my theology changed and was challenged last year, I became more aware of the deception I was under. I was realizing that I did not know the Gospel as well as I thought. As we talked, … Continue reading The Gospel Challenge (30 Question Quiz) – Are You Ready To Defend Your Faith?
(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
Edited (08/12/2020)- The purpose of this series is to meditate on scripture in its proper context. This is an older series that I've changed the title to. I've edited the scripture to meditate on, how to meditate on it, and a little of how to pray over the scripture. Meditate- To ponder or contemplate. Scripture … Continue reading Light | Meditate On Scripture
Growing up as a Christian teen, many people around me couldn't talk to me about the topics I wanted to discuss. Instead of in-depth answers, I received maybe one to two sentences. Due to the short answers and sometimes blank stares, I became puffed up thinking I "knew so much." Regardless of what I knew … Continue reading A Lot of Us Do Not Really Know Why We Believe
Word of Faith Theology is deceptive, manipulative, and damaging. There was no possible way I would avoid talking about this because I do not want you to be misled. I can't cover everything today, but just know this post is NOT the last on this deception. If you would like to learn about the beliefs … Continue reading Faith | Spiritual Gifts & Debunking Word Of Faith Theology
In case of misunderstandings - Note added February 2nd, 2021 - I can understand how readers can go over this article and think I might be promoting works. The goal of this post is to show that salvation leads to sanctification, refinement. Salvation is often not something that happens in one night because our eyes … Continue reading I Used To Believe In The Sinner’s Prayer…I Do Not Anymore…
My husband was getting out of the military and we were in a different state, at the time, we had to figure out where to go from there. So many factors went against us relating to time. We didn't get paperwork back from a leader until the very last minute. We had to sign papers … Continue reading Season Of Trial In My Life
I've been wanting to watch the movie, "I'm Not Ashamed," ever since I learned more of Rachel's story. Last night, I finally decided it was time. The story of Columbine in past years has brought up controversy. Reports and documents have been released to the public and with these reports, people form their own conclusions. … Continue reading “I’m Not Ashamed”, How One Story Of A Girl’s Faith & Compassion Affected Millions
This topic was recommended by fellow blogger Lily when I had asked if anyone would like me to dig into particular topics. Within the past week, it became all too apparent this topic was one I needed to write about sooner than later. Both she and fellow blogger Leigh have shared that people have told them they … Continue reading Do I Have My Disability/Disease/Illness Because My Faith Is Too Little?
Update: Little clarification, faith comes from hearing the word of God. (Romans 10:17) Faith is produced and given to us by God Himself. (Hebrews 12:02). While overall I still agree with this post, I wanted to not mislead anyone and felt the additional scriptures were needed. Added: 12/16/2019 A child may ask a million questions, … Continue reading How Can We Have A Faith Like A Child