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Should We Use Our Emotions As Truth? | What Is Emotionalism?

How do emotions get the best of us? While the Lord certainly created emotions and they have a good purpose for our lives, we can abuse what the Lord has given us. We can use emotions to affirm what we want to believe is the truth instead of God’s word. We can let the truth… Continue reading Should We Use Our Emotions As Truth? | What Is Emotionalism?

My Life

2,500 + Followers | Milestone

I hope y’all aren’t all bots. Usually with these milestones, I like reflecting back on the journey so far. This reflection isn’t going to be cotton candy and confetti. Though, to be fair, most of my reflections tend not to be that way. I’d like to take this time to reflect back on a major… Continue reading 2,500 + Followers | Milestone

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Recommended Christian Sermon | Do You Bear Fruit? (Paul Washer)

I want to start sharing more messages from godly pastors that can be extremely helpful, sometimes convicting, and giving glory to God. This week I’d like to share a message from Paul Washer | Do You Bear Fruit. From the beginning of his sermon, be ready to stay accountable. Paul calls out all of us… Continue reading Recommended Christian Sermon | Do You Bear Fruit? (Paul Washer)

Random

Community Prayer | June 21’

Let’s finish 2021 with praise! If you have an answered prayer SHARE BELOW and I’ll add them each month to the list. 🙂 Let’s praise also, while we pray! 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… Continue reading Community Prayer | June 21’

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Christ In The Old Testament (New Series)

It took me a really long time to see the importance of why we need to read the Old Testament with the Messiah in mind. This was probably because I once viewed the Gospel as a “surface topic.” I thought it was, of course, important... or so I “thought”. But I desired to “go deeper”… Continue reading Christ In The Old Testament (New Series)

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What Does Seasoned Salt Have To Do With Suffering?

Recently, I have been focusing on suffering. How does the Lord use our suffering for His good and glory? Today, in my Bible reading, I came across a pretty salty verse. (ESV) Mark 9:50, “Salt is good, but if the salt has lost its saltiness, how will you make it salty again? Have salt in… Continue reading What Does Seasoned Salt Have To Do With Suffering?

Christian Apologetics

Valentine’s Gift – Salvation Is Found In Christ

For the past few years, I’ve enjoyed writing about salvation around Valentine’s Day. Today, I want to share previous posts that have gone in-depth and I want to share some videos that I have found really helpful in understanding a Christian walk and salvation in Christ. Some of my salvation posts are now privated, you… Continue reading Valentine’s Gift – Salvation Is Found In Christ

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How To Fast Properly (Are We Seeking The Reward Of Men?)

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?)

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What Is Godly/Holy Living | Am I Living A Defiled Life?

CLARIFICATION (Added 05/17/2020)- Godly living is not the same as legalism (obeying rules to get into Heaven). Those truly in Jesus naturally will experience a transformation from the Holy Spirit. True Christians live a set-apart life as scripture shows because true believers cannot go back to a sinful life. That doesn't mean they are perfect,… Continue reading What Is Godly/Holy Living | Am I Living A Defiled Life?

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At First Glance, A “Boring” Speech For Some Readers… But Wait! (Second Coming of Jesus?!)

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?!)