Breaking Down The Gospel (New Series) & Plea To Christian Bloggers

It is beyond saddening that so many American proclaimed Christians and others in the world do not fully understand the Gospel. America is now a place in which we need the missionaries to come to us, this is the sad truth. I, myself, did not fully understand certain concepts of the Gospel until this year. … Continue reading Breaking Down The Gospel (New Series) & Plea To Christian Bloggers

Bible Studying Tips | When Going Over 1 Chapter Of The Bible

Two weeks ago, I shared why Bible studying is important, with emphasis on understanding context of scripture. There were a few resources listed for study Bibles I'd recommend and some additional free resources you can use. I also had a few articles and videos warning against translations like The Passion, The Message and The Mirror … Continue reading Bible Studying Tips | When Going Over 1 Chapter Of The Bible

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

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

2 Biblical Ways To Critique A Christian Worship Song

I apologize for not having my post for last week ready. It's important to have well researched the topics that what I want to share, and I want to be careful in how I present them. So, last week's post was going to discuss worship leaders and why we, in general, need to be careful … Continue reading 2 Biblical Ways To Critique A Christian Worship Song

Light | 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

Godly Love| Meditate On Scripture

Edited 08/12/2020- This is an older series I am bringing up. I have changed the past title. The purpose is to focus on scripture and not take it out of context. Most of this post had been edited. Meditate- to contemplate or ponder Scripture To Meditate On- (NIV) 1 Peter 1:22, "Now that you have purified … Continue reading Godly Love| Meditate On Scripture

Shepherd | Meditate On Scripture

This is a series I started a little over 2 years ago, and I realized that the material had scriptures that were confusing and out of context. The way I talked about what we can focus on in some of the posts related a lot to the false teachings of a seeker driven/purpose finding nature … Continue reading Shepherd | Meditate On Scripture

A Lot of Us Do Not Really Know Why We Believe

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

What Are We “Fastening” Ourselves To?

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?